Community Engagement: Consultations, Surveys and Opinions

Comhairle nan Eilean Siar welcomes opinions on its work and is keen to encourage users of this site to express themselves in a clear and open manner. The primary aim of this site is to allow inhabitants of the Outer Hebrides to provide ideas and feedback to the Comhairle on an ongoing basis.  To ensure that this site functions properly, all comments are pre-moderated and as a result will not appear instantly. However, the site is monitored on a daily basis and the Comhairle would aim to allow comments to appear as quickly as possible.   For additional information, please click on the following link: Moderation Guidelines

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    Notice of Election - Election of Councillors

    Councillors are to be elected for each of the 9 wards of Comhairle nan Eilean Siar. The number of Councillors to be elected for each ward is as follows.

     
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    Crofting Commission Elections - 13 March 2017

    Postal voting packs for the four contested constituencies in the Crofting Commission Elections must be returned to The Returning Officer, Comhairle nan Eilean Siar, Stornoway by 4.00pm on Thursday 16 March 2017

     
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    Cunnt Coimisean na Croitearachd - Na Meadhanan Sòisealta / Crofting Commission Election Count - Social Media Coverage

    Bidh cunnt Thaghaidhean Coimisean na Croitearachd a' gabhail àite ann an Talla a' bhaile Steòrnabhaigh aig 10m air Dihaoine 17mh Màrt 2017. The count for the Crofting Commission Elections will take place in the Stornoway Town Hall from 10am on Friday 17th March 2017.

     
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    Comhairle Equality Outcomes 2017 – 2021

    We are asking for your views to help us develop and prioritize our equality outcomes and actions for all those who are living, working and learning throughout the Outer Hebrides within this period of public sector constraint. Whilst this is a challenging period for the public sector, particularly in managing community expectations with fewer resources, this may also provide opportunities for exploring new ways of delivering services.

     
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    OHCPP Community Consultation: How Good Is Your Community?

    Please find below a link to a public consultation survey on behalf of the Outer Hebrides Community Planning Partnership. The OHCPP has had an excellent response already but encourages as many people as possible to complete the survey. The information will be used to inform and focus community consultation requirements throughout partner agencies and we strongly urge you to complete this survey and to encourage your family and friends to do so as well.