PLANS to redevelop the Craigforth Campus in Stirling have been revealed last week.

If approved the scheme by the Ambassador Group will see the transformation of the 49.5hectare site into a state-of-the-art mixed use facility.

The vision is to create a sense of place that will open up access for all by redeveloping the area.

Chris Richardson, investment director for Ambassador Group, said: “Our commitment to the redevelopment of Craigforth Campus and indeed the Stirlingshire area remains stronger than ever.

“We believe there is a real opportunity here to reimagine the entire site and bring with it many positive benefits and opportunities to existing tenants and indeed the wider local community.

“When approaching these plans, we’ve very much looked towards future proofing the campus for years to come.

“Every stage of this process has been carefully considered and we look forward to moving a step closer as we engage the local community and begin the consultation process.”

A key consideration in developing the masterplan will be connectivity both within the site and beyond.

An active travel plan with a focus on walking, cycling and jogging routes along with public access to the Riverside and the Crag will be a central feature of the masterplan.

Two online public consultation sessions took place last week and comments will be used to shape the final form and content of the development before two planning applications are submitted to Stirling Council.