WA Fairhurst and partners have now been instructed to undertake the final design for the Lochboisdale Regeneration phase 1 project which includes roads, causeways, a slipway, fisheries quay and pontoons for fishing and yacht berthing. In the first instance Fairhurst will be reviewing the extensive modelling work that has been undertaken including wave modelling, seabed investigation and use this to refine the
Oifis Stòras currently have two permanent letting offices each 5.5m x 4.8m. These office lets come with desks for two or three people, broadband connection, individual phone lines with remotely accessible messaging service, access to kitchen facilities, cleaning and IT.
The building is located in the heart of Daliburgh and has excellent access to local facilities and is within convenient reach of a significant
Stòras Uibhist will now have a monthly column in Am Paipear, providing the community with regular updates on the company’s activities.
Regular newsletters will still be available from local Post Offices and e-newsletters will continue to be sent to those who have signed up.
This past week saw six Scholarship-Awarded Greenkeepers travel to Askernish Golf Club in South Uist for the Askernish Student Sustainability Project.
The students from as far afield as China and Holland are regarded as some of the most promising students in golf, and have been awarded bursaries by the governing body of golf – The Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews – to aid their education which
The last weekend in August saw the Askernish Open Golf Weekend held at the restored ‘Old’ Tom Morris golf course on South Uist in the Outer Hebrides.
This was the first year that the Askernish Open was expanded into a weekend festival of golf in South Uist; an initiative driven by Community Estate Company Stòras Uibhist’s Askernish Development Manager John Kemp. John also implemented monitorin
There is the potential that the Crofters Commission will declare some crofts on the South Uist Estate area vacant, where there has been no successor appointment to the tenancy, or as a result of the Commission’s absentee initiative.
Stòras Uibhist will then be able to re-let the tenancy of the croft and has drafted a policy to do this in a way that will be of most benefit to the local community. The draft
In the continuing effort to secure the re-introduction of the Lochboisdale – Mallaig ferry service, Stòras Uibhist today (Tuesday) appeared before the Scottish Government Public Petitions Committee in Holyrood to make the case for launching the service in the spring of 2012.
Accompanied by Allan Henderson, a councillor for Highland Region and Provost of Lochaber, Angus MacMillan and Huw Francis highlighted
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