“I listened in horror today to Radio Orkney where James Stockan is trying to push for more tourists to come to Orkney”
The two-hour online meeting is open to all businesses to give a representative viewpoint in its advice to the OIC .
The Community Support Hub call centre at the Pickaquoy Centre is changing its opening hours from next Monday, 13 July.
Bulky household waste, garden waste and cardboard will all be accepted at Hatston and Garson OIC Recycling centres from Tuesday 7th of July.
From Monday 29 June, non-emergency repairs and improvement work will begin again, with a range of safety measures put in place.
“We regret that we will no longer be in a position to provide childcare for the children of Key Workers from all three Key Worker categories – although we will do this if space allows.”
“The inclusion of young people in local decision making is working well elsewhere and makes councils more accountable to those they represent, many of whom are ignored or excluded.”
The Stromness Place Plan – What’s Next for Stromness, wished to see the St Peter’s House building repurposed as student accommodation and/or low cost housing.
A development of 16 houses is to go ahead in Toab, twice the recommended density for the area.
“With the resources available to us, we calculate that the majority of our children and young people would be at school for two days a week at best.”