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Nairn West & Suburban Community Council

NWSCC - Additional Members Community Resilience Update 21st May 2021 What's new?
Nairn West & Suburban Community Council seeks additional members.ordinance survey type map of Nairn West & Suburban Council boundaries
Would you like to be part of the Nairn West and Suburban Community Council whose general purpose is to act as a voice for our designated area in Nairn?

This involves articulating views and concerns of     local people on a wide range of issues of public concern and making representations to The Highland Council,  other public bodies and      private agencies within their sphere of interest.

The Community Council (CC) category presently available for you to consider joining (applying for) is as a co-opted member.

This category  gives the member full voting rights apart from voting on co-option of members.

There is a monthly public meeting September through to May,  in addition there are Operational    agenda  discussions to discuss new and ongoing topics the CC is working on.  The Annual General meeting is  normally held before the May ordinary meeting annually.

To operate effectively a CC needs a mix of ages, good feedback via the members and a willingness to listen to others viewpoint.  

If this has created a glimmer of interest and you would like to find out more, please make contact via the NWSCC website leaving a telephone number.    One of us will return your call (it may take a few days) and answer your questions allowing you to make an informed decision.   

[There is a wee bit more information on the function of a Community Council on our About page.]

Active Travel Masterplan Consultation

Added at 08:29 on 27 May 2021

Have your say on the Active Travel Masterplans in the Inner Moray Firth area.  The consultation is open f...

Community Resilience Update 21 May 2021

Added by NWSCC at 14:05 on 31 May 2021

Community Resilience  Key stakeholders Update document.     Covid Reslience and Respo...

There are currently two travel surveys that you may wish to partipate in to make your views known.  One is the Active Travel Masterplan Consultation - closes 12 July 2021 - that will influence plans for Active Travel within the Moray Firth area.  The other is a research project by HITRANS on transport and technology needs and preferences of people living in the area of Scotland covered by HITRANS. 

  1.  Active Travel Masterplan Consultation. NWSCC made a submission to Highland Council in Spring 2020 on Covid 19 and Active Travel and will be using this as a basis for a response to the Active Travel Masterplan consultation. Your comments and input into the NWSCC response is encouraged and welcomed.  

  2. HITRANS Travel Survey  Do you live in the northern Cairngorms, Moray, Highlands & Islands, the Western Isles, Orkney or north part of Argyll & Bute? If so, Kate Pangbourne (formerly SNH and now University of Leeds) would really like your help with a travel survey she is leading on behalf of HITRANS for their GO-HI Mobility as a Service project. The survey link is https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/HITRANS-Go-HI/. 

    About the Background Survey for HITRANS' GO-HI Mobility as a Service project: The purpose of this research study is to learn more about the transport and technology needs and preferences of people living in the area of Scotland covered by HITRANS. The survey will take you approximately ten minutes to complete and has three sections to understand your current travel behaviours, your intentions for future travel, attitudes towards new mobile and transport technologies and some demographic information. Participation in this study is entirely voluntary and you can withdraw by not completing the survey.

  • Nairn Community Spa & Lido Consultation.   Nairn Community Spa & Lido group are keen to hear your views on the proposal for a Spa & Lido in Nairn.  For quick access to their press release click on the Spa & Lido        Consultation link to the right side of this page.  Or go to News - March 21
  • The Nairn Ward Discretionary Resilience Fund is open for applications. See the link on the right side of this page for more information on criteria and how to apply.
  • The community consultation on the Inner Moray Firth Developement plan is now CLOSED.  Closing date for comments was 23rd April 2021.  This will shape the future of Nairn for some time to come so to have your say either let us know your thoughts through Contact Us, or submit your comments directly to Highland Council.   Information on the consultation has moved to the Consultations menu.
  • The Sandown consultation and NWSCC's response has moved to the Consultations Menu.
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