This consultation has ended.
What is the consultation about?
A major project to replace Municipal Buildings in Falkirk is being progressed by the Council.
Falkirk Municipal Buildings opened in 1966. Over the years it has deteriorated significantly and independent reports have confirmed that it would now cost over £10m to make it fit for purpose.
Find out more about our proposed plans:
- New Headquarters Project
- Frequently asked questions
Why are we consulting?
In October 2014, the Council agreed to progress the HQ Office project for the replacement of the Municipal Buildings/other leased offices on part of the existing site.
Work is progressing on a delivery plan, detailed designs and costs to be approved by Council later in the year prior to the construction contract being awarded
The Council is now carrying out a pre-application consultation on the proposal for the demolition of the Municipal Buildings Complex/Westbank Centre and erection of new headquarters facility for Falkirk Council, including upgrading the site access.
This is being done in accordance with the Planning etc (Scotland) Act 2006.
Your views matter. Prior to submitting a planning application in the summer, we want your views on the content of the planning application.
Who are we consulting?
Members of the public and businesses will be able to get involved by making their views known. All views will be considered prior to the planning application being lodged in June 2015.
- Opening date 14 May 2015
- Closing date 31 July 2015
How to respond
This consultation is closed.