Many questions remain unanswered
HIAL’s Remote Towers Project should be ‘steered into the scrapyard of history’
HIAL’s remote towers project came under the watchful eye of the Scottish Parliament’s Citizen Participation and Public Petitions Committee again today, 17th November 2021.
‘Already Delayed and Over Priced’ MSPs Consider HIAL’s Remote Towers Project
MSPs on the Scottish Parliament’s Citizen Participation and Public Petitions Committee have today, 8th September, agreed to continue to probe into Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd’s (HIAL) deeply unpopular Remote Towers Project.
“Put communities and place at the heart of good government in a meaningful way” Islanders Tell MSPs
“In their written submission, the petitioners argue that the public boards which have been put in place to deliver lifeline services to island communities do not value or recognise how those with island knowledge could enhance their decision making.”
MSPs Consider Pardoning Those Accused of Witchcraft in Scotland’s Past
MSPs on the Citizen Participation and Public Petitions Committee considered a petition presented by Claire Mitchell QC to pardon and memorialise those convicted under the Witchcraft Act 1563.
Petition to Halt HIAL’s ATMS Project Goes Before Scottish Parliament Committee
“Calling on the Scottish Parliament to urge the Scottish Government to halt Highlands & Islands Airports Ltd’s Air Traffic Management Strategy Project to conduct an independent assessment of the decisions and decision-making process of the ATMS project.