An economic impact assessment commissioned by Stonehaven Town Partnership has indicated that the economic benefit to Stonehaven and the surrounding area of re-opening the Bervie Braes road to light vehicles could be as much as £9M a year.  The road was closed by Aberdeenshire Council in 2009

The aim of the report was to provide an independent appraisal of the scope and likely scale of the economic impact associated with the closure of the Bervie Braes road to light vehicles, and focused specifically on tourism.

What do YOU want from an all-weather sports facility?

An all-weather sports and recreation facility in Stonehaven is quickly becoming a reality. The proposal, fronted by Stonehaven & District Community Council and supported by Stonehaven Town Partnership, has short-listed possible sites in the town although no decision has been made as yet to the final location.

The Stonehaven Town Partnership is proposing to seek charitable status through the establishment of a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO). STP will seek the approval of the members to proceed with an application for SCIO staus at the AGM in November. The draft constitution for the SCIO can be read by clicking on the icon below.

FileFile size
Download this file (Final Draft_Constitution_STP_SCIO_V8.pdf)Final Draft_Constitution_STP_SCIO_V8229 kB

Upcoming Events

April 2021
29 30 31 1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30 1 2

Select your Language

English Chinese (Simplified) French German Irish Italian Portuguese Russian Spanish
Copyright © 2012-2021 Stonehaven Town Partnership. All rights reserved. A Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation SCIO Number: SC044314. Registered Office: Stonehaven Town Partnership, Sheriff Court Building, Dunnottar Avenue, Stonehaven, AB392JD
Go to top