Welcome to the Skye Triangle Infrastructure Programme page.  Overall programme updates and progress will be published in this section, as well as details of planned stakeholder events to be held at all three ports.  Previous copies of event presentations and exhibition boards, as well as stakeholder Q&As, are also included here.

For updates and details of construction progress at each of the three individual ports, please click on the location sections above.  Each of these also includes information about local meetings and contact details for local enquiries.


Project update 


In line with Scottish Government advice due to Covid-19, construction work on both the Lochmaddy and Tarbert sites has been suspended. This will be reviewed as the situation progresses. Planning works for these projects and for Uig continues.  For more detailed update and information please see the project sites below.

Stakeholder events due to take place w/c 18th May 2020 will be rearranged when we are able to do so.


Public meetings


6th December 2019

Meetings were held in November to update communities on the harbour upgrade projects at Tarbert, Lochmaddy and Uig.

You can view the exhibition boards from the meetings here:

Exhibition Boards – November 2019

Skye Triangle Newsletter – 2019

25th October 2019

Meetings will be held in November to update communities on the harbour upgrade projects at Tarbert, Lochmaddy and Uig:

  • Uig Village Hall

    Monday 25th November, 4pm – 7pm

  • Harris Hotel

    Tuesday 26th November, 4pm – 7pm

  • Lochmaddy Village Hall

    Wednesday 27th November, 4pm – 7pm

Individuals are welcome to drop in at any time during the meetings.

Work is now underway at Tarbert and tender evaluations for a construction contractor are currently in progress for Lochmaddy.  The tender to appoint a contractor for work at Uig has been issued.

The meetings will be attended by representatives from CMAL, CalMac, Transport Scotland and Highland Council.


Exhibition boards & presentations

Stakeholder Q&As

Summary of proposals