Thank you to everyone who attended the Westpark Development consultation in the Town Hall on the 2nd March.
A reminder that a Household Waste Recycling Centre Permit System has been introduced this month at all Perth & Kinross Recycling Centres.
Use the following link to view full details household-waste-recycling-permits
Please be advised that there will be some changes to Blairgowrie Recycling Centre during works due to be undertaken next month.
From Monday 3 October, maintenance will take place at the Blairgowrie Waste Transfer Station for 6 to 8 weeks. The Recycling Centre will operate as usual, however when users enter the site, they will have to take a slightly different route round. There will be a Site Attendant on hand to help, with heras fencing in place to help guide users round safely.Commercial traders will still have access to dispose of wood, green and inert waste.
A press release has been produced, and will be issued to local news outlets. A notice has been placed on the Waste and Recycling News pages of the Council’s website, and the Customer Service Centre has been updated.
Please drive slowly and carefully with these works are going on, Thanks!
The Community Resilience Emergency Action Plan has been devised by members of Blairgowrie and Rattray Community Council. Advice has been taken from all Emergency Services, PKC Community Resilience Team and other local developed plans. Whilst it fits in with other established PKC and neighbouring Town plans its main emphasis is on dealing with Blairgowrie and Rattray Community support in times of emergency need. Continue reading
Documented below are the priority actions that emerged from the Charrette outcomes discussions public meeting held on 29 July at Blairgowrie Town Hall. Continue reading
Blairgowrie and Rattray Community Council are developing an Emergency Plan for Blairgowrie and Rattray, called a Community Resilience Plan, and are looking to engage with people who would be willing to offer time, skills, equipment or other suitable and relevant resources for on call emergencies. Continue reading
“Accepting the charrette process and its report, is only the start, we need to consider the report as the catalyst for the next stage not a panacea for the town.”
The report from our consultants pulls together the results from the many conversations with individuals and groups during the charrette process and presents them to us in a way that enables us to take positive actions in the short, medium and longer term to improve the town. Continue reading