Agenda for next meeting of Nairn River Community Council 7.30 Wed 21st February at Nairn Community Centre NAIRN RIVER COMMUNITY COUNCIL Comhairle Coimhearsnachd Abhainn Narann
ORDINARYMEETING TO BE HELD ON Wednesday 21st February 2018 At Nairn Community & Arts Centre At 7.30pm
Apologies Declarations of interest The rules of declaration of interest are intended to produce transparency in regard to interests which might influence, or be thought to influence your actions as a Community Councillor. You MUST withdraw from the meeting until discussion of, and voting on, the relevant item where you have a declarable interest is concluded. You may feel able to state truthfully that an interest would not influence your role as a Community Councillor in discussion or decision making. Y ou must, however, always comply with the “objective test” which is whether a member of the public, with knowledge of the relevant facts, would reasonably regard the interest as so significant that it is likely to…
Webcast of SPAC Planning Meeting 8th August - approving 115 more houses for Lochloy estate
Here is the webcast of yesterday's South Planning Applications Committee (SPAC) meeting in Inverness which approved plans for Springfield to build 115 more houses on land belonging to Nairn Councillor Liz MacDonald. This will extend the Lochloy estate to the edge of Kingsteps. The vote was tied - 5 members for and 5 against.
Cllr Gray the Chairman then used his casting vote, to approve the plans .
Of Nairn's 2 Councillors on this committee we understand that Cllr Fraser voted against approval, and Cllr Heggie voted in favour. South Planning Applications Committee 8 Aug 2018 Item 6.1 Springfield Properties NA2 site Kingsteps Nairn Badgers on the site - Yes or No ?
If you watch the webcast you will hear the Planning Officer responding to wildlife queries from Councillor Heggie and Green Councillor Pippa Hadley -He states that his understanding is that there are no live badger setts o…
The two Nairn 'town' Community Councils ( Nairn River CC and Suburban and West CC)
have written to Nairn Councillors and the Ward Manager this week to urge a joined up approach to the future development and improvement of the Links and seafront area. Our letter is here Links Development Nairn CCs letter to Council re working together
In June 2018 a Nairn Links Scoping Report written by Council officers and an Options Appraisal and Consultation commissioned by the Council on the paddling pool area , were tabled at Highland Council's Nairnshire Committee Nairn Links Scoping Report Highland Council 13 June 2018
At the Nairn Games on 18th August the Council hosted a 'public consultation' stall based on its own reports above to inform a new plan for the Links area. This stall was staffed by Nairn's Highland Councillors and the Ward Manager. It did not involve Community Councils or include the ideas and vision of any local community led enterprises such as Team Ham…