There are signs of emerging economic recovery and renewed optimism in the Highlands and Islands, according to the latest Business Panel survey in the region
Argyll’s vital tourism sector has been one of the hardest hit by the pandemic, and new funding aims to help it recover
Pupils will also learn about the Scottish Government’s goal of achieving a net-zero Scotland by 2045 – partially through the restoration of peatlands.
CLOH has the potential to drive forward transformational change for the Outer Hebrides.
The Community Led Tourism Infrastructure (CLTI) investments are supporting capital projects across the region to help prepare for the safe return of visitors.
HIE and CES are currently compiling a list of relevant stakeholders interested in taking part in the project.
Covid, future lockdowns and Brexit seen as main risks facing businesses over the next six months.
Iain MacLeod, chair of Action for Arnish, said it was quite an encouraging discussion insofar as HIE clearly understands the issue at stake.
Stornoway Port Authority will now progress the initial stage in the tender process – the pre-qualification questionnaire (PQQ.) Following the PQQ process the tender is expected to be published late February and construction is expected to commence in late summer 2021.