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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    IJB Care Units Consultation 2019

    The Western Isles Integration Joint Board (IJB) is currently reviewing the use of the three Care Units in Lewis. Over the last few months, they have been engaging with staff, stakeholders and community representatives to discuss changes that could be introduced.

     
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    Mental Health Services Redesign ‘Vision for the Future’ events roadshow

    Western lsles residents interested in mental health for all ages and Dementia are invited to join World Cafe events to discuss NHS WI Mental Health services redesign.

     
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    You're Invited: Meet the Scottish Affairs Committee - Stornoway

    Join the Scottish Affairs Committee in Stornoway and speak to them about the experience of living in an island community. Your input may shape the committee's future work.

     

     
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    Looking For Land For Housing

    The Comhairle is working closely with Hebridean Housing Partnership (HHP) to deliver an ambitious programme to provide new affordable homes throughout the Outer Hebrides due to enhanced funding from the Scottish Government.

     
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    Job Grant Consultation

    The Scottish Government is consulting on its key eligibility criteria and format of the Job Grant, a new benefit which will be delivered by Social Security Scotland to support young people moving back into employment.