A public consultation is to be held over plans to regenerate the Newton area of Stornoway.
The comhairle has been working with local property developers in order to progress
an application to the Scottish Government’s Regeneration Capital Grant Fund.
The developers have plans for expansion, business creation and support local job
Members of the public are encouraged to come along to view present plans, meet with
potential developers and have meaningful input into the areas’ regeneration.
Donald Crichton, the council’s sustainable development chairman, said: ‘I would encourage
local residents and business in the Newton area to come along and view the potential
developments in the area.”
“The regeneration team, developers and other stakeholders are working collaboratively
to seek funding in order to regenerate former mill buildings and bring them back
into productive use and create jobs.”
The plans will be on view in the community rooms on Seaforth Road from 3pm till 7pm
on Monday 4 December.