Marybank Hall Coffee Morning – Today (Saturday 28th October) 10am till 12:30 – fundraising for Pancreatic Cancer Action.
Application for part change of use of former play park (Seaforth Gardens Play Area) to garden ground at the rear of 56 Seaforth Place Maryburgh Dingwall IV7 8DR – 17/04507/FUL | Application can be viewed at: http://wam.highland.gov.uk/wam/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=OWVKYWIHGLY00 Any comments on the application to be submitted to Highland Council.
Hi Everyone Any member of the MAC with a “legacy” email account from mobile and broadband provider Orange (now part of EE) needs to move to an alternative email address as the service has shut down. I have had several e-Bulletins bounced back because they were sent out to one of the following email service […]
Maryburgh Amenities Centre Redevelopment Plan Executive Summary Background and Project Aims Options Appraisal Developing the Amenities Centre Football Pitch and Greenspace Local Needs Analysis Benefits of Development Project Management Project Finance Risk Analysis The Business Plan produced by SKS Scotland is now available to download or read online. To read the full report click on […]
The concrete path around the hall needs to be repaired. The worst sections will need to be completely broken out and be re-laid with concrete, others may just require repair. It would be nice to get the concrete repairs done ahead of the 2017 Gala, which is on Saturday 17 June. There is money available […]
Highland Council rail concessions change on 21 May From 21 May 2017, people aged 60 and over who currently benefit from Highland Council’s rail concessionary travel scheme are being advised that half fare rail concessions for the majority of entitled Highland residents will cease. Free travel remains available by bus, and card holders are advised […]
The Maryburgh Amenities center needs your feedback. In July 2016 a company called SKS was commissioned to produce a sustainable business plan for a refurbished Maryburgh Amenities Centre. As part of this, we are seeking views from the community on what a renovated/refurbished community center should provide. The survey link below will only be online […]
The Council is undertaking a review of how public conveniences are funded and propose to increase the number of sites where there is a charge for use. The questionnaire can also be accessed and completed online at www.highland.gov.uk/PublicConvenienceQuestionnaire The Council is consulting on the amount that will be charged for the use of the public […]
More info via the links at the end. The Council has made an application to the Scottish Government under the Road Traffic Act 1991 for the Highland Area to be designated as “a permitted parking area and a special parking area”. The designation and the proposed order will enable the Council and its authorised officers […]
New application on the Council e-Planning service. Proposals for advertising signs on Maryburgh roundabout. Closing date for comments is 19 September 2016 http://wam.highland.gov.uk/wam/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=OCOJ97IHICB00