Drop-in sessions – Stromness, Friday 19 July in the Warehouse Buildings from 13:30 – 16:00 and Kirkwall, in the Carnegie Room at the Orkney Library and Archive, Monday 22 July from 13:30 to 15:30.
The Scottish Government’s consultation on short term lets closes on 22nd of July.
A research project looking at how we react in the UK to climate hazards like flooding and storms is seeking local residents and businesses in Orkney to take part in the study.
A proposal for a Bill to increase protection for victims of stalking by giving police the power to apply for stalking protection orders on behalf of victims.
The improvements are the next step in work which has been ongoing at the Cathedral since the 1990s.
SSEN (Scottish & Southern Electricity Networks) has launched a consultation for the future of the north of Scotland electricity transmission system.
Alison Johnstone MSP, Scottish Greens, has launched her own consultation in advance of introducing a members Bill
The responses collected will be used to help to develop the Bill that may go forward.
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.