Denny town centre regeneration

Phase 1 of Denny town centre's new £7.8m development of shop units, a community library and new town square is complete transforming the town centre into a modern fit for purpose space. Delivered following extensive community consultation, the new town centre includes:

  • A new two storey building with ground floor units accessed from Stirling Street
  • A new improved and increased car park accessed from Davies Row
  • Access to the first floor units and the library from the car park side of the building (reflecting the difference in levels between the car park and Stirling Street)
  • A new bright and welcoming Denny Library with community space
  • Community designed Town Square featuring 4 individual public art commissions reflecting Denny's rich heritage
  • Town centre WiFi providing new opportunities for business, residents and visitors.

As Scotland's First Digital Town, Denny's state of the art WiFi, website and social media package is well underway. Designed to promote and support opportunity through the unlimited WiFi service is available to residents, businesses and visitors to Denny town centre. The new network provides speeds of up to 166Mbps - 7 times the average UK broadband speed and uses cutting edge technology with connectivity delivered directly from 4 key points in the town. A dedicated town centre website provides unique opportunities for the promotion of the town and its business community -

Public Art Projects

During your next visit check out the following community-led public art pieces:

  • Sculptural Treasure Trail – a sculpture 'treasure' trail which highlights and tells the story of Denny
  • Railings – the creation of bespoke artistic railings that reflect the local heritage and people of the area
  • The Lazy Corner – this area was historically a social point where locals gathered at the corner for a chat.
  • The Staircase – located at the north end of the site, the artist will work directly with the elevation of the stairs to host artistic elements that reflect local heritage aspects

Future Phases

The Council is currently looking at opportunities for both Phases 2 and 3.