Stirling Municipal Buildings – Offices

Stirling Council, Scotland, Photos, Historic Scottish Building, Corn Exchange Road Office Images

Stirling Municipal Offices

Grade B listed Council Building in central Scotland, UK – Civic Architecture

Stirling Municipal Buildings

Main building date built: 1914

Location: 8-10 Corn Exchange Road, central Stirling, Scotland

Stirling Council Building

Stirling Municipal Buildings offices

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Stirling Council Offices 8-10 Corn Exchange Road Building Stirling Council Buildings at 8-10 Corn Exchange Road
Stirling building photos above by Alastair Cook

Stirling Council Office Buildings
Grade B listed

Beautiful tower
Stirling Municipal Buildings tower

Formal entry off Corn Exchange Road
Stirling Municipal Buildings entry

Delightful baroque-influenced architecture, more robust and fluid than typical Victorian
Grade B listed Council Building in central Scotland

Town Hall’s 1960s Extension to the north
Stirling Town Hall 1960s extension

Buildings close by include Stirling Castle, Albert Halls, Stirling Tolbooth, Thistle Centre, The Steeple Stirling and Old Viewforth

The Steeple / Athenaeum, Stirling
Grade A listed
Athenaeum Stirling

Location: Stirling, Scotland




Architecture in Scotland

Scottish Architecture Designs – chronological list

Other important buildings in Stirling

Old Viewforth extension – James Millar, 1939
James Miller (1860 – 1947) was a Stirling architect
Langgarth House – Grade B listed
New Viewforth – Stirling Council Headquarters: Offices, 1972

Stirling Town walls
Stirling walls

Forthside – Stirling Council initiative to create new civic centre and Council HQ by the River Forth, with major residential and office elements

Pivo Bar, Corn Exchange Road, central Stirling
Pivo Bar Stirling

Station Square Stirling

Stirling Tolbooth

Stirling Architecture




Forthside Development, Stirling:
£110m mixed-use development on 40-acre brownfield site includes Stirling’s first multiplex cinema, restaurants and café bar.

The Old Barrack Buildings will be converted into offices and restaurants.

Developer: Stirling Ventures
Site: former Ministry of Defence land

Facilities proposed:
new eight-screen 1150-seat Vue Entertainment cinema by developers CTP Limited
120,000 sqft office space
110-bed, 4 star hotel
500-seat conference centre
approx. 200 homes by Bett Homes
Riverside Park walkway
Bridge link over the railway to the city centre

Wilkinson Eyre are reportedly involved with one of the proposed Stirling bridges. Forthside will hopefully link the city centre to the river Forth across the main road and railway.

Forthside – spaces
Forthside Square
Barracks Square
Cinema Plaza
French Plaza
Riverside Park

Stirling Castle

Scottish House

Scottish Buildings

Scottish Architect

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