Community survey 2019: A huge thank you to everyone who completed the recent community survey, canvassing opinion regarding the Station House project. The responses received are helping to shape the plans for the project. Please find a detailed review of the responses below: Question 1 (Answered: 118 / Skipped: 0) Age Question Read more about Community survey review[…]
The Trust are interested in your views on the Station House project. A short questionnaire has been prepared to gather feedback from the community regarding this exciting project. Please follow the link below to complete the survey. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GK3ZDTY
Stow Community Trust are pleased to announce that Scottish Borders Council have approved the latest planning application for the Station House. This announcement represents a significant milestone for the project, which has been gathering pace over the past few months. An overview of the plans can be viewed below: Exterior elevations Internal floor plan The Read more about Planning approval granted![…]
Plans to bring the former Stow Rail Station House back into community use have been given a significant boost of over £150,000. Working in partnership with Stow Community Trust, we have been awarded £156,000 from the Regeneration Capital Grant Fund, delivered in partnership between Scottish Government and COSLA/Local Authorities, for the restoration of the facility. Read more about Stow Rail Station House project receives funding boost[…]
The Station House project will be featured on ITV Borders News tonight at 6pm. Reporter Matty Sutton interviews Community Trust members Helen Corcoran, Bob Howarth and Andy Anderson about project progress and recent funding successes.
The latest public meeting was held on Monday the 25th of February. The meeting updated people on the latest developments with the Station House. Aitken and Turnbull Architects, Galashiels attended to share the plans for the building. Other guests included Graham Aitkin, Chair of Borders Railway Partnership who gave an insightful talk about the work Read more about Public meeting – 25th February 2019[…]
The good news is that the Stow Community Trust has 62.5% of the funding needed to renovate the building in place and is awaiting the outcome of applications for the remainder. The Trust is confident that the full funding package will be in place by mid-February 2019. Our success in securing funding reflects the confidence Read more about Station House Update – Winter 2018[…]
Following the Annual General Meeting Helen Corcoran was elected as Chair of the Stow Community Trust Board. Helen is a member of the committee that worked to create the new Community Play Park. Her ambition as Chair is to have the doors of the Station House open to the Stow community by April 2020. The Read more about Station House Update – Autumn 2018[…]