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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    Changes to Community Conversation Timetable

    The fifth round of Comhairle Community Conversations will get underway tonight, Monday 5th October, with the virtual Stornoway meeting.

     
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    Have Your Say on Recovery Business Plans Consultation

    The Leader of Comhairle nan Eilean Siar has urged residents and organisations in the Western Isles to take the opportunity to contribute to a consultation on the Comhairle's budgetary plans as part of the Recovery and Renewal for the Islands.

     
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    Crown Estate Funding

    Following extensive engagement with both Westminster and the Scottish Governments the Comhairle was pleased to welcome the first allocation of the net revenues of the Crown Estate marine assets in Scotland to Local Authorities councils in September 2019.

     
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    Comhairle Approves Transport Strategy

    The Comhairle has recently approved its Local Transport Strategy 2020-2030, its first since 2000. The  Outer Hebrides Local Transport Strategy is currently on the Comhairle's website for a period of public consultation until the closing date of Monday, 26 October 2020

     
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    Community Conversations Survey

    CNES is asking individuals and organisations to answer 4 questions as part of its ongoing community engagement on budgetary and service issues.