Part of the Scottish Government’s Programme for Government commitment, the initiative is aimed at supporting islands to become carbon neutral by 2040, five years before the national target of 2045.
Faced with escalating bills for roads, schools and housing, many believe Highland Council is not equipped to tackle the challenge.
Members of the Skye and Raasay Area Committee have identified four priority areas for spend against the remaining £86,000 Place Based Investment Fund for the ward.
Among those benefitting will be Skye and Raasay to the tune of £7,462.
Councillor John Gordon, said the people of the Highlands have been represented and listened to.
Raasay Community Council says it has a written assurance from CalMac that the MV Hallaig should be serving Raasay rather than being designated as the ‘relief vessel’ for the Lochaline to Mull run.
The agreed community asset transfer to the Raasay Development Trust involves a 99-year lease.