Stirling is delivering unrivalled global connectivity at a highly competitive cost.

Ideally located for all transport links and growth corridors, Stirling is the UK’s first Gigabit city. It’s a university city that embraces growth and innovation in the historic heart of Scotland. Stirling’s businesses have access to a highly skilled workforce as well as world-class research, services and infrastructure.

Stirling is alive with opportunity.

18 November 2022
A package of support to businesses is to be released by Stirling Council from the Scottish Government’s Local Authority COVID Economic Recovery Fund (LACER).
14 November 2022
The Japanese Gardens at Cowden, received £750,000 of UK Government City Region Deal funding to support development of the site.
10 November 2022
The Stirling AR smartphone app is a project that sees Stirling become the first city in the world to create an augmented city environment.
94,080
Stirling Population
3,900
Local Businesses
Over 16,000
Students studying in further and higher education
£90 million
investment through the Stirling and Clackmannanshire City Region Deal
Gigabit City
UK’s 1st Gigabit City
81%
of Businesses Say the Quality of Life in Stirling is a Strength

Making Connections

This world class landscape is positioned centrally, within an hour’s travel time for 50% of Scotland’s population and two international airports. Trunk roads bisect the area, linking to motorway networks that extend throughout the UK.

Road
40 minutes drive to/from major Scottish cities Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Rail
Regular and direct links to/from Glasgow (45 minutes), Edinburgh (30 minutes) and London (5 hours).
Air
40 minutes to/from Glasgow and Edinburgh International Airports.
Sea
15 minutes to/from Grangemouth, Scotland’s largest container port.