Skye and Raasay Future
Preserving our heritage | Investing with our community
Skye and Raasay Future (SARF) is a shared statement of the values, ambition and priorities for partners to work together to improve outcomes for everyone across the area. It outlines how current and future actions and investments can help to address these priorities and is intended to act as an investment portfolio, creating a credible and robust case for seeking future funding.
The Skye and Raasay Area Committee adopted SARF on 30 August 2021 and agreed to an ongoing collaborative process withstakeholders for delivery and monitoring for this plan.
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The preparation of SARF followed extensive engagement with a wide range of stakeholders carried out in the period from January to June 2021. The main online engagement workshops were led by representatives from Architecture & Design Scotland (A&DS) who formed part of the SARF Project Team alongside staff from the Highland Council and Highlands & Islands Enterprise. Read the summary reports prepared by A&DS:
Summary Report June 2021 events
Summary Report 28 January 2021 event
We will continue to add information to this webpage when it becomes available.
If you have any queries please contact the Skye and Raasay Future team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Gaelic policies
- Communication Strategy
- Equality Impact Assessments - Public Conveniences
- Public Consultation – proposed designs to link the communities of Lochloy in Nairn and the A96 retail park via the Balmakeith Industrial Estate
- Black Isle Show Exemption 2022
- Strategic Tourism Infrastructure Development Plan
- Free Period Products: Highland
- Plana Gàidhlig 2023-28 | Gaelic Language Plan 2023-28
- Geàrr-chunntas | Summary - draft Gaelic Language Plan 2023-2028
- Water Safety Policy