The future use of the former Kinneil Nursey site in Bo’ness is up for public discussion. Falkirk Council has launched a survey that will look at potential future uses of the site as part of its wider consultation.
Community consultation has already taken place earlier year with local councillors, the Community Council, agencies such as Historic Environment Scotland and local interest group Friends of Kinneil.
The online survey is available at https://say.falkirk.gov.uk/ and local residents are encouraged to complete the survey before the closing date of Monday 2nd December.
The short survey will look at the types of potential use that the site could provide including: outdoor learning and recreation; themed garden; food bank farm; community growing; bee hives and many others that have already been suggested.
Councillor Paul Garner, spokesperson for the Environment said: “The site is in a great location for the community and it would be great to see it put to good use for residents in Bo’ness. I’d encourage everyone to take the short survey so we can build up an accurate picture of how we can move forward with the ideas.”