The Company’s financial accounts for the year ending 31 December 2016 are now available.
The next meeting of the Community Council will be on Tuesday 26 September in the Harbour Offices at 7.00 pm. The Community Council page has been updated with draft minutes from the AGM and other meetings.
In January we embarked on a “design charrette” that consisted of two public meetings and a survey of what sort of uses community members thought were best for the development of Loch Clash Pier. The community feedback led us to setting out a series of design principles that reflected the views expressed during the “design charrette” process. We then asked Barry Pearson to work on a proposal for the pier.
Please click on the link below to view the proposals. We are seeking community input. Do you like the proposals? Do you suggestions? Any comments may be made to any member of the Board. Click on the “About” tab above for the email addresses of Board members. Comments can also be made via the “Contact Us” tab.
The proposals will be presented at a public meeting (date to be confirmed). The meeting will provide an opportunity to view the original drawings (which are at a larger scale than available here) and to ask any questions. Nothing is set in stone and we are eager to listen to community opinion.
The latest minutes of the Kinlochbervie Community Company (31 May 2017) have been uploaded to the website. Please click the link below to go to the Meeting Minutes page. There has been no date set for the next meeting; this will be held once the draft Business Plan and the revised design concepts for Loch Clash Pier have been completed.
The Community Council is having its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 27 June 2017 at 7.00 pm in the Harbour Offices.
Note: This is the AGM of the Community Council – not the Community Company.
The draft minutes of the last Community Council meeting (30 May 2017) are available by clicking the link below.
Our local Highland Councillors have awarded us a grant of £3,500 from the Ward Discretionary Fund for work on 18 Manse Road. This brings our funds available for this project to £20,000. We’re still short of our target but the end is in sight.
Also, 17 Manse Road is almost ready for occupancy. It’s been a long time but we’re almost there.