a once in a generation opportunity to create a fantastic grassroots tennis and golf destination that is open to all

About the Park of Keir site

The Park of Keir site lies to the south of Dunblane and the north-west of Bridge of Allan. The site measures approximately 110 hectares and comprises mainly a mixture of used and disused farmland and woodland. Much of the woodland is on the higher parts of the site.

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There are a number of established houses within the site and a further grouping of existing housing just beyond the north east boundary of the site, and a further group to the south east of the site.

The Park of Keir site has an extensive planning history and has, over the past 20 years or so, been the subject of substantial and detailed assessment, scrutiny and examination as a potential location for a significant scale of new development.

Its’ high quality, accessible and high profile location in central Scotland is considered to be the optimal location for the proposed Tennis & Golf facilities.

Park of Keir

The Park of Keir site benefits from having existing planning permission for a sports and hotel development.

Scotland is setting the pace in the UK with regard to tourism development, attracting prestigious brands and providing the environment in which new concepts will flourish. The tourism sector in Stirling performs particularly well, attracting nearly 2 million visitors per year and Stirling Castle is one of Scotland’s top tourist attractions however in order to maintain Stirling’s appeal to visitors, new investment in major tourism destinations like Park of Keir, are needed to compete in a global market place.