Council publishes Highland Common Good Asset Register
The Highland Council has published the Highland Common Good Asset Register following the completion of a consultation process required by the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015.
The Register has been published on the Council’s website and can be accessed from the download link on the page titled “Common Good Asset Register” or at the following link.
For ease of reference, the Register has been divided in the separate former Burghs having recorded Common Good Funds – Cromarty, Dingwall, Dornoch, Fortrose and Rosemarkie, Invergordon, Inverness, Nairn and Tain.
The Register is a ‘living’ document and will be reviewed regularly. It will be amended if any new property is identified or any existing property disposed of or reclassified.
There are some former Burghs that currently do not have recorded Common Good Funds. If any possible Common Good property is identified in those areas, a stand-alone consultation will be conducted in accordance with the legislation to establish a register in the former Burgh concerned.