Community comments are now sought to help shape the greenspace enhancements.
Central Scotland Green Network Trust and West Lothian Council are working in partnership to create an enhanced greenspace off Wyndford Avenue. A location plan is available below:
We are now seeking your comments to help develop proposals for the new park.
The majority of the site is currently under grass with a further small section of woodland in the north. Initial designs will be drafted once comments have been received from the community regarding how they want to use the space and what they would like to see in it.
We would welcome your comments and ask you to spend a few minutes filling in the questionnaire, found here.
The closing date for comments HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO 7 JULY 2019.
As part of the ‘Our Place Camelon’ initiative, CSGNT has been working with the local community, Falkirk Council, The Conservation Volunteers and other stakeholders to develop proposals for Easter Carmuirs Park to help make Camelon ‘an even better place to stay’.
A consultation in April 2017 explored what kind of changes local people would like to see at Easter Carmuirs Park, and a masterplan of proposed improvements was then developed based on the feedback from local residents.
Projects promoting green living through active travel, habitat restoration, and community growing will benefit from £264,000 of development funding.
The Central Scotland Green Network (CSGN) funding was announced by Rural Affairs and Natural Environment Minister Mairi Gougeon, as she visited one of the 11 successful recipients. Gorebridge Community Development Trust has been awarded £13,571 to develop a community garden that will include an outdoor play area and therapeutic space to promote physical and mental well-being.