Nov 272017
 

Scottish Water have come under fire after it was revealed that works to repair Ballat Bridge will run on until spring next year.

Motorists on the A81 are being warned to expect disruption to continue for another five months.

The work, which started in mid-September, was due to finish at the end of December.

Read it on the Daily Record website.

Aug 292014
 

A Stirling Council social housing project has finally been completed – two years after work started.

The troublesome development of six semi-detached bungalows for the elderly or disabled, in Birch Road, Killearn, should have been finished in March last year.

Read it on the Daily Record website.

Dec 022011
 

Kippen and Killearn are to benefit from a £1.7m upgrade of their waste water treatment works.

Scottish Water announced the investment they say will help better protect the environment in the Strath of the River Forth and the Blane Water respectively.

Read it on the Stirling Observer website.

Jan 042011
 

Taken from the Scottish Water website.

“G63 – Blanefield, Killearn & surrounding area – last updated 09:20am

Following loss of supply issues, tankering is in place in both Blanefield and Killearn to maintain and restore supplies. Supplies should now be restored for customers in the Blanefield, Killearn areas. Customers in Brandairt Road may have an intermittent supply due to the tankering. We will have a squad on site today to locate and repair bursts. When supplies are fully restored customers may also experience some discolouration to their supply, this discolouration is harmless and will gradually disappear as the system returns to normal.”

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Jan 032011
 

Taken from the Scottish Water website.

G63 – Blanefield, Killearn & surrounding area – last updated 7:05pm

Following loss of supply issues, tankering is in place in both Blanefield and Killearn to restore and maintain supplies. Supplies should now be restored for customers in the Blanefield, Killearn areas. Customers in Brandairt Road may have an intermittent supply as we are tankering in this street via a pump. When supplies are fully restored customers may also experience some discolouration to their supply, this discolouration is harmless and will gradually disappear as the system returns to normal.”

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Jan 022011
 

Taken from the Scottish Water website “G63 – Blanefield, Killearn & surrounding area

We have had reports of loss of water supply, low pressure and discoloured water from the area. Operations and Leakage are out trying to locate a burst which is causing this.  We are arranging takering to help restore supplies for customers in this area.  We would hope to have supplies restored as quickly as possible.”

Posted: 3:15pm.

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