Stakeholder Documents

13 November 2017

Please click here to view the stakeholder consultation & engagement plan for Skye Triangle. (PDF, 684kb)
Please click here to view the updated stakeholder Q & A document. (PDF, 414kb)

 

Release from the Highland Council

26 October 2017

Please click here to view the Highland Council’s press release regarding Uig Ferry Terminal Improvements.

 

Exhibition Boards

Please click here to view the exhibition boards from the recent public presentation.

 

Updated Q&A

The Q&A document from the public meetings held in April 2017 has been updated with additional information:

Meeting Q and A April 2017.docx

 

Summary of proposed improvement works

A summary of the proposed infrastructure works at each of the Skye triangle ports has been produced:

Lochmaddy Summary Paper- v1.0 August 2017

Tarbert Summary Paper-v1.0 August 2017

Uig Summary Paper – August 2017

 

Public exhibitions, 4-6 September 2017

We will host a series of public exhibition events to share proposals for construction work at the Skye triangle ports of Tarbert (Harris), Uig and Lochmaddy.

The public exhibitions will take place:

Uig Community Centre, Uig, Skye
Monday 4th September 2017, 16.00-19.00hrs

Harris Hotel, Tarbert, Harris
Tuesday 5th September 2017, 16.00-19.00hrs

Lochmaddy Village Hall, North Uist
Wednesday 6th September 2017, 16.00-19.00hrs

These are open sessions and people are welcome to drop in any time between 16.00 and 19.00hrs.

The events are a follow-up to the public meetings held in April this year and they will allow local communities and other interested parties to comment on proposals at an early stage, before final applications for the works at each port are submitted. The events also form part of the application process for the required marine licences for works at the ports.

Comments can be provided at the events or afterwards in writing to CMAL or by email to operations@cmassets.co.uk by 29th September 2017. Additional public events will be carried out prior to the submission to the Marine Scotland Licensing Operations Team, offering a further opportunity to provide comments.

Please note, comments made at this stage are not representations to the Scottish Ministers. Once Marine Licence Applications have been submitted there will be an opportunity for representations to be made to the Scottish Ministers on the application.

 

Public meetings  3-5 April 2017

Public meetings were held in Uig, Tarbert and Lochmaddy on the 3rd, 4th and 5th of April 2017 respectively.

Click here for more information.

Click here to view the presentation from the meetings (PDF, 8.4mb)

Click here to view a list of frequently asked questions and their respective answers. (PDF, 188kb)