In response to a request from the Kinlochbervie Community Company, HIE (Highlands and Islands Enterprise) held a public meeting to discuss community broadband (see poster in previous post). There was an excellent turnout on a stormy evening. Nick Scroggie of HIE and Sarah Jones of Community Broadband Scotland made presentations on the current state of the broadband rollout in Scotland and on the community broadband program.
For more information, click the Community Broadband tab above.
Everyone is invited to a public information meeting on 21 October 2015 at the Village Hall at 7:00 pm.
- When will superfast broadband be “rolled out” in this area?
- Will you be able to receive superfast broadband?
- What does the “Next Generation Broadband” roll out program
mean for Kinlochbervie?
Representatives from Highlands & Islands Enterprise and
Community Broadband Scotland will make a presentation and
answer any questions.
More information is available at:
The Kinlochbervie Community Company sponsored a public meeting on 19 August 2015 to generate ideas about community priorities. Staff from Highlands and Islands Enterprise collected all the suggestions that came out of group discussions. The various ideas were grouped into 7 broad categories:
- Employment, Training and Activities
- Business, Community and Housing
- Digital and Communication
- Tourism and Marketing
- Environment and Signage
- Infrastructure and Local Services
The suggestions can form the basis for the on-going work of the Community Company.
List of Community Priorities Identified at HIE Ideas Meeting 19 August 2015
The Kinlochbervie Community Company, with the support of Highlands and Islands Enterprise, hosted a public meeting in the Kinlochbervie Hotel on 19 August 2015. Over 60 people attended the event and participated in group discussions on what were the priorities for change in Kinlochbervie.
Poster for Ideas Session: Loch Clash and Beyond 19 August 2015
Iain Ramage in the Press and Journal writes about the upcoming Loch Clash and Beyond event.
Kinlochbervie’s plans for breathing life into Clash Harbour are gathering pace. Talks will be held this week aimed at drawing-up plans to breathe new life into a remote corner of the Highlands. The community of Kinlochbervie in north-west Sutherland acquired a site which includes a redundant harbour several years ago. It now has permission to clear the coastal one-acre spot at Loch Clash to make way for new facilities.
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New Life for Remote Harbour
This is the new website of the Kinlochbervie Community Company. The first page is a blog where you will find the latest news. On the other pages, you will find information about the Company and what it is doing including what is happening with the Company’s two projects: the Loch Clash redevelopment and the Manse Road house.