The latest Draft Community Council minutes have been uploaded. Click the tab above. The next meeting will be held via ZOOM on Tuesday 29 June 2021 at 7.00 pm. If you wish an invitation, please contact the Community Council at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please click the link below to view/download the draft minutes of the Kinlochbervie Community Council held on 23 February 2021.
Click the link to view the approved minutes of the Community Council meeting held on 26 January 2021.
The next ZOOM Council meeting will be held on Tuesday 30 March 2021 at 7.00 pm.
Please contact the Community Council if you would like an invitation to attend. email@example.com
The Kinlochbervie Community Company has been meeting with representatives of Community Energy Scotland and Energy for All for many months in order to get a community hydro scheme off the ground. The proposal is for a 200 kWh small scale hydro electric scheme at Rhiconich beside the existing water treatment plant. Energy4All have issued a share offer to raise £700,000 to finance the project. Construction will begin by the end of January. Energy4All offers an attractive return on investment to shareholders as well as an annual financial benefit to the community. The project is being managed by the Kinlochbervie Community Energy Society with members drawn from Energy4All, the Kinlochbervie Community Company and the Kinlochbervie Community Council. Click the link below for more information.
The Financial Accounts for the year ending 31 December 2019 have been uploaded to the site.
The demand for places this September on Loch Clash Stopover has been huge. We’ve never seen anything like this in our 4 years of operation. There is a huge increase in demand over last year.
Because of the demand we are now allowing people to park overnight on the pier with our blessing. The price structure is as follows:
Serviced site – £15 (include electricity, water and waste)
Overnight pier parking – £10 (includes water and waste)
Water and waste only – £5
We have set the maximum capacity at 15 vehicles – 5 at serviced sites and a further 10 on the pier. We have set the limit of 15 in order to allow appropriate distances between vehicles. We issue tickets to display on the dashboard.
If incidents of COVID19 rise again and travel restrictions put in place, we will need to consider closing the site.
The stopover opened yesterday (July 15). Unfortunately we are not able to take bookings. Please pay for the site at the local shop (and remember masks are required in Scotland in shops).
Because of the COVID-19 crisis and the need for no face-to-face meetings, the Kinlochbervie Community Council missed 2 meetings but is now on track having had its first ZOOM meeting on 26 May 2020.
The following have been uploaded to the Community Council page.