Community Engagement


Local Housing Strategy Consultation

Perth & Kinross Council’s Housing Strategy Team have launched their consultation for the Local Housing Strategy and wish to gather as many opinions as possible from partners and stakeholders as to the housing issues which require to be considered for an effective housing strategy over the next 5 years and are contacting you to ask you to take part.

Housing is key to many health and social outcomes and the Local Housing Strategy feeds directly into the Housing Investment Programme to deliver the right housing in the right places.  As many opinions as possible are welcomed.

You can link to the consultation here      


Community Transport Funding 2021/2022

Please find attached details of a new Health and Social Care Partnership Community Transport Fund 2021/2022 which is now open for bids.

Full details and the application form are attached but they can also be found on the PKC website: Community Transport Fund 2021/2022 – Perth & Kinross Council (

Please note application closes at 4.00pm on Friday, 11 February 2022.




The Scottish Civic Trust My Place Awards celebrate community-led built environment projects.

The My Place Awards are a great opportunity to showcase a project’s success to the community, stakeholders and funders by receiving much-deserved exposure and media attention. Shortlisted entries will feature in a public exhibition and receive PR support from the Scottish Civic Trust.

Eligible projects include new buildings, historic buildings or monuments that have been reused or refurbished, designed public realm schemes such as street-works or parks, and designed landscapes such as gardens or public green spaces. Projects must also have been completed between 1 January 2019 and 31 December 2021.


Community groups responsible for a built environment project can enter by filling out the My Place Awards entry form. The deadline for entries is 6 February 2022.


Email Erin Burke, Scottish Civic Trust Communications and Events Officer:

Scotia Homes Bridge of Earn

Scotia Homes Pre-Application Consultation


Bridge of Earn Transport Appraisal

How can you get involved?  Your one click away from it …
As part of the project we have engaged with the local elected members and Community Councils. We are keen to engage with the wider community and would encourage people to look at the Options and complete the survey to share your views on the proposed options and the impact they will have.
Please share this link with your family and friends.  Survey closes Tuesday 5th October 2021.

Earn Community Council – Road Hump Consultation



Bridge of Earn Transport Appraisal -SYSTRA

Flooding Consultation Aug 2021 Public Consultation

RVS Voluntary Transport Service

Royal Voluntary Service Lunch Club

Bridge of Earn to Newburgh Active Travel Path – Newsletter 4 

Abernethy Active Travel –  Route Decision – Abernethy

Oudenarde Notice of Application June 2021


Bridge of Earn to Newburgh Active Travel Path – Newsletter 3

Consultation open: Options appraisal for Bridge of Earn to Newburgh active travel route Phase 2 through Abernethy – Click the link below

Bridge of Earn to Newburgh Active Travel Path – Phase 2 Options Appraisal

Bridge of Earn to Newburgh Active Travel Path – Newsletter 2

Consultation March 2021 – PKC Temporary 20mph Speed Limits

West Kinfauns, Perth

West Kinfauns Location Plan

West Kinfauns – PAN Cover Letter Earn CC

Bridge of Earn to Newburgh Active Travel Route Update

Latest news December 2020 

March Newsletter 2021

Phase 1 Plan Old Edinburgh Road, Bridge of Earn to Community Woodland

Perth and Kinross Council (40mph Speed Limit) Plans

Earn Community Council –  The Way Forward

Notes from Open virtual Public Meeting – Monday 16th November 2020

Community Conversation Final Presentation 20-11-20 Earn

Development Trust Association Scotland  Presentation  2020-11-17 Earn

IT Support for Disabled and Older People At Home

Would you or a family member like some help in using technology to reduce social isolation ?

Here in the Almond Earn Ward we have been discussing social isolation within our communities.  We have become aware of AbilityNet which supports people of any age, living with any disability or impairment and older people to use technology to achieve their goals at home, at work and in education. They do this by providing specialist advice services, free information resources and by helping to build a more accessible digital world.

Chris Grant from AbilityNet has kindly offered to run some sessions covering devices and how to use technology to reduce social isolation contact;

PKCT Bridge of Earn to Aberargie Active Travel Toute – Consultation Survey Results

Update PKCT Bridge of Earn to Aberargie Active Travel Route

Bridge of Earn Transport Study

PKCT Consultation Bridge of Earn to Aberargie Active Travel Route

Moncreiffe Hill  Management Plan 5 Year Review

Binn Hill – Greencat Wind Turbine