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.
The proposals which have had a mixed response from politicians are coming when 133,000 people in the UK have died because of Covid.
The survey is part of the Scottish Government R100 project .
“In Scotland, we are building a social security system built on fairness, dignity and respect.”
The consultation, ‘Agricultural Transition in Scotland: first steps towards our national policy’ is open until 17 November 2021.
“For us here in Orkney and in the other two islands authorities, this document fails to deliver on the Islands Act. “
In November 2020 the Scottish Parliament voted to hold a public inquiry into covid related Care Home deaths
“Given the infancy of the technology, we find it difficult to assure these communities that that service can be provided in the event of bad weather, infrastructural damage or cyber-attack.’’- HIAL’S Remote Towers
The European Transport Workers Federation (ETF) has issued a statement condemning Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL) for their plans to reduce the current level of the air traffic control services at six airports in Highlands and Islands and further centralizing them remotely.
The Scottish Government has launched a consultation on an Islands Bond. Now before I launch into my cynicism about the Bond I need to stress that I feel it is important that […]
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