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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    Outer Hebrides Community Planning Partnership Draft Gaelic Policy

    The Outer Hebrides Community Planning Partnership's Draft Gaelic Policy is now out for consultation.

     
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    Comhairle Encourages Engagement Around New Tourism Fund

    The Scottish Government's £6million Rural Tourism Infrastructure Fund (RTIF) was formally launched on Friday 30 March. The Fund will be administered by VisitScotland, with applications to be submitted by local or National Park authorities.

     
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    Public Meetings For Stornoway Port Authority Plans (Annual Public Meeting)

    The public will have a chance to help shape plans for major developments at Stornoway Harbour that will bring significant benefits to the town.

    Public exhibitions will be held as part of a continuing consultation process on ambitious proposals that include a deep water port and new marina as part of Stornoway Port Authority's 20-year Master Plan.

     
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    Tick bite and tick-borne disease surveys

    We've been asked by colleagues in NHS Western Isles' Public Health Team to circulate the links to the following electronic questionnaires that deal with tick prevention, tick borne diseases such as Lyme disease and tick bites in the Outer Hebrides.  Please take the time to respond to either one or both of the surveys, as they apply to you.

     
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    Outer Hebrides Scottish Transport Appraisal Guidance Study – Public Exhibitions

    Island communities will have the opportunity to input into the Outer Hebrides Scottish Transport Appraisal Guidance (STAG) study commissioned by Transport Scotland in late 2017.

    The consultants leading the study, Peter Brett Associates LLP (PBA), will be hosting public drop-in sessions at the following times and locations.