A consultation gets underway on Monday 9th September – with feedback invited from tenants and applicants for council housing.
Funding can be used to support research, skills training, studio work, exhibitions and mentoring.
A turf cutting ceremony has taken place at Lyness, marking the start of work to restore and improve the Scapa Flow Museum.
Tankerness Lane will be closed to vehicles throughout the works, with one-way systems in place at various times on Broad Street and Palace Road – with Victoria Street closed to vehicles for approximately five weeks from 6 January 2020.
to learn more about the critically endangered Flapper Skate and general marine life in the North Isles.
The ‘Scapa Flow Aquaculture Water Quality Impact Modelling Assessment’ has been designed to improve understanding of the water quality impacts arising from existing and proposed fish farms in Scapa Flow.
From Sunday 1 September, books of 10, 20 or 50 vouchers can be used for up to 500 days from the date of purchase.
The post has been offered to James Wylie, who at present is OIC’s Head of Education (Curriculum and Community Learning).
Householders are asked to complete and return their survey forms by 17:00 on Friday 27 September.
The second phase of street improvement works in Kirkwall’s town centre is due to get underway at the beginning of September.