Orkney’s harbours are unique throughout the UK in that they are owned by Orkney Islands Council with the exception of St Margaret’s Hope.
Reminder that Thursday 13th of June is the next public event for ‘What’s Next Stromness’ at the Warehouse Buildings, Stromness, from 1pm – 6pm and 7.30pm – 9pm.
How Orkney’s harbours are to develop in the future is revealed in a new draft Orkney Harbours Master Plan.
The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child lists human rights which apply to every person under the age of 18.
“At the meetings we’ll be talking to folk about how they can get directly involved with us in shaping social care and community health services for their area.”
Three drop in days were held in the Warehouse Buildings, Stromness where residents met with the PAS representatives and discussed their ideas for the future of the town.
Reminder from Orkney Islands Council that a series of consultation events will be held in Stromness next week for local folk to come together and discuss and share ideas for the future of the town.
Orkney Islands Council’s ambitious plans for 3 community wind farms have been described by Leader of the council James Stockan as essential to decarbonise our local community.
A series of consultation events will be held in Stromness in May for local folk to come together and discuss and share ideas for the future of Stromness.
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