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How you thought life could be enhanced in St Fillans: Upgrade and expand signs How you thought life could be enhanced in St Fillans: Upgrade and expand signs on walks Information leaflets Interpretation boards More adverts for existing activities New jetty or establishment of a beach Village Community Foreshore Creation of more floral beds More water-based activities and facilities Nature Club/Group Outdoor bowls Organised groups/activities for children Fitness classes Annual/Special events (boat or swimming) Encourage younger residents to establish groups Cinema club Upgrade War Memorial area Provide better toilet facilities Public area with benches and picnic tables Larger hall with multiple Uses, including better Catering facilities Upgraded/new play park New building/hall Gym equipment Jogging/running club Exercise classes Badminton Upgrade the football field Tennis court Reinstate Goats Path Upgrade railway track Walking/cycling routes from Lochearnhead to Comrie Upgrade and expand signs Establish a walking group Theme 1

How you thought St Fillans could become a safer, more accessible place to live: How you thought St Fillans could become a safer, more accessible place to live: Upgrade and expand public toilets Connect houses to the main sewerage system/sort out local drainage problems Replace bus shelters Improve street lighting General provision of off road parking in the village Create tarmac car park opposite the village shop Prevent overnight parking in lay-bys Pedestrian awareness signs Safe crossing from shops to lochside All-abilities riverside path Maintain hedges along the pavements Establish paths to the village from houses at the edges Upgrade back roads Cycle lane Sort blind junction where Manse Lane joins A 85 Evening buses to and from Comrie and other towns Buses to Lochearnhead Provision of a local taxi or community bus Start a car share Theme 2 Smiley/flashing 30 mph signs in suitable places Rumble strips or speed bumps Remove 40 mph sections and make the village 30 mph throughout Measures on Station Road Measures around the public toilets Encourage council and Highways Agency to help/use existing powers

How you thought we could protect St Fillans beautiful environment: Install more dog poo How you thought we could protect St Fillans beautiful environment: Install more dog poo facilities Improved public toilet facilities Work with the NPA to proceed with by-laws Work with local estates and businesses to keep the village and surrounding area well maintained Encourage local businesses and residents to keep any properties development sympathetic Enforce a speed restriction on the loch More monitoring and support by police and rangers – loch patrols Support the new by-laws Alcohol ban for lochside Stricter controls on lochside camping More general maintenance of existing paths – inc. Station Road to Shoemaker Lane Goats' Path upgrade Cut steps from land adjacent to playing fields to main path Develop new shorter circular paths around the village Off-road cycle paths Upgrade and expand signs for local walks Provide interpretation boards about local natural heritage and history Put up some signs discouraging littering Expand the Gardening Group Encourage more environmental education about local flora and fauna – aim for children? Tidy the lochside and encourage landowners to maintain it appropriately Improve litter clearance and establish some litter pick-ups (voluntary) Control invasive plants and encourage native wildflowers Control noise pollution from jet ski's Osprey Hide and bat and bird box scheme Develop parkland along the riverside Expand planters, enter Scotland in Bloom Theme 3

How you thought services and facilities could be improved: More buses on existing timetables How you thought services and facilities could be improved: More buses on existing timetables Later buses – inc. to Perth Encourage locals to use the buses more Set up a car share Establish a community bus/taxi service Expand bus links to Lochearnhead and Balquhidder New bus shelters General path maintenance Upgrade Goats' Path and Zigzags Establish path from Station Road through the woods Improve access to the loch and riverside Support the village shop Support the local bus service Support local hotels Use the Sandison Hall more Organise community fundraisers Encourage hotels and businesses to maintain their properties Provide small scale recycling facilities Upgrade the public toilets Provide more salt-bins Mobile library to stop for longer Re-open the Post Office Weekly medical visit Install an ATM Connect to mains gas Speed limit signs on Neish Island Leckie Point More police presence Liaison between local businesses to minimise competition/co-ordination of services and products More children's activities and events – Christmas/Easter etc Visits to the vulnerable Theme 4 Information signs around the loch, shops, hotels and paths Improve broadband connection More promotion and advertising of local services and activities/events Up to date noticeboard in the village Better use of social media

How you thought visitor experience could be improved: Host more annual events and special How you thought visitor experience could be improved: Host more annual events and special activities – Ie garden parties, craft fairs, water sports etc. Install more artworks around the village Upgrade the play park Provide more lochside camping facilities A river platform with picnic benches etc. Encourage sympathetic and responsible business development Encourage more variety of products offered by local businesses Interpretation panels Well signposted walks Promote and regularly update the website and Facebook page Utilise and upgrade the village Noticeboard Provide more leaflets and maps about local area Update the Village Guidebook Rebrand the village to increase exposure Advertise in National literature Look into twinning with another village Maintain the lochside for the views Provide better access to the lochside Encourage more litter clearance Expand flower planters across the village Tree planting along the A 85 Monitor/police behaviour by the lochside Implement the new by-laws asap Clamp-down on overnight parking in lay-bys Speed restrictions on the loch Work with LETI, Visit Scotland National Park Develop partnerships between the community and local businesses and groups Tap into local knowledge Establish a path up St Fillans Hill Upgrade Goats' Path Establish a cycle path along the old railway to Lochearnhead Theme 5

How you thought housing could be improved in St Fillans: Develop and complete Dundurn How you thought housing could be improved in St Fillans: Develop and complete Dundurn Walk as a whole, not on an ad hoc basis – community buy-out suggested New homes must be well built, sympathetic and affordable for young families Keep development to a minimum and appropriate to what is needed Make sure that density and layout is suitable to the village Developers should address knotweed issues More affordable housing to encourage more workers to move in – seasonal shortage Build smaller houses for elderly residents to downsize who don't want move More rental properties for workers who can't afford to buy Undertake a thorough review of the housing needs of the village Theme 6

What you liked and disliked about St Fillans: Unfinished/unkempt development and properties Lack of What you liked and disliked about St Fillans: Unfinished/unkempt development and properties Lack of path maintenance Litter Community Payback Scheme suggested Lack of events and activities Lack of privacy and some judgemental people Young people don't get involved Lack of full-time residents More support of the village shop is needed Often don't hear about events/clubs and what's going on Village needs more marketing Social media/website needs upgrading Resurrect the Welcome Packs Not enough local support for vulnerable residents Serious problems, such as flooding, not being dealt with by appropriate authorities Lack of suitable public transport (buses) Lack of Post Office Drunken and abusive behaviour by campers/caravaners Lochside parties creating litter and noise Fishermen dropping litter

What respondents feel they can bring to the St Fillans Community Financial skills Marketing What respondents feel they can bring to the St Fillans Community Financial skills Marketing skills Entertainment skills IT skills Youth work DIY skills Teaching skills Architecture skills Gardening skills Research skills Good initiation skills Administration skills Management skills Property management skills Development skills Advisory skills Caring skills/experience Ecological skills Language skills Enthusiasm Hard work Commitment Willingness Interest in nature Interest in photography Interest in walking