Orkney Men’s Shed is stunned by the decision by Orkney Islands Council to refuse planning permission for installing a disabled toilet in their premises in Finstown .
What’s Next for Stromness ? is to be formally recognised by Orkney Islands Council as a Local Place Plan.
The Community Fund will allow Orkney to continue to provide a standard of local public services which most local authorities in Scotland would struggle to match.
The draft plan is now with Orkney Islands Council who will decide next steps in putting the plan into action.
Planning for Stromness is about to take another step forward with the publication later this month of the Local Place Plan.
Approval is conditional on a total of at least 135MW of new wind farm projects on Orkney either being awarded a Contract for Difference (CfD) or being judged likely to be developed by December 2021.
Five enterprising Orkney women are the driving force behind the Hope Cohousing Project and have already established a limited company to take their plans forward.
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.
The improvements are the next step in work which has been ongoing at the Cathedral since the 1990s.
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Planning applications have been made to install ‘met masts’ at two of the sites being considered as part of ‘Orkney’s Community Wind Farm’ project.