£10k toilet study foiled by council EcoCar charger?

3 years ago Killin News

An unexpected twist for the planning of Killin public toilets saw a recharging point for electric cars ‘plonked’ in the very spot recommended by the £10,000.00 feasibility study.

The study (attached) commissioned by Killin and Ardeonaig Trust (KAT), produced by Locate Architects for SKS Scotland CIC, identified an area of the public car park on Main Street between John MacPherson Court and the Capercaillie as the recommended site for new toilets.

The Stirling Council car charger apparently appeared out of nowhere without notice and looks to be a thorn in the side of the toilet project.

KAT spent a grant of £10,000.00 from Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park on the project. This spending of such a sum of public funds was not only questioned by locals but also by the wider general public.

  • Neil MacKenzie

    where,s the electric cars

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