“With some of the best tidal and wave energy resources in Europe, Scotland has a key role to play in leading the development and deployment of these critical forms of renewable energy.” -Caitlin Byers, Development Manager for Crown Estate Scotland
August 14-18 in Shetland with Jim, Orkney with Felicity, Outer Hebrides (South) with Sheriene and Outer Hebrides (North) with Becca.
Orkney Islands Council has hired Shirley Collier Consulting to carry out work on what might happen next. There is a short questionnaire in which you can share your views.
What would you like to see happening to improve the opportunities for all to get out and be more active?
“The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) is dedicated to plant conservation and stopped using peat more than 20 years ago, with no negative impacts on our world-class horticulture. ” Director of Horticulture at Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Raoul Curtis-Machin
The Friends of the Hoy Kirk want to know what you think about the building and their exhibitions and events.
The Council has linked The Council Plan and the Orkney Community Plan 2023 – 2028 in a shared survey page.
“The mission of Epilepsy Scotland is to work with people living with epilepsy to ensure their voice is heard and that is what we wish to achieve for people living in Orkney through this survey.” Ross Cunningham
“We want to understand how effectively Scotland’s Community Planning Partnerships have been able to respond to challenges such as the current cost crisis and unprecedented events such as the COVID-19 pandemic. ” Ariane Burgess Convener Local Government Committee
Researchers at the University of Nottingham and Sheffield are studying the Burner Alert system – the first and only system in the UK.