Nairn Common Good consultation – Nairn Links Tearoom and Store

Public consultation is now open till 06 January 2021 – on proposals to dispose of two Nairn Common Good Assets  1.the Links Tearoom  – new 30 year lease arrangement proposed   2. the \’Store\’ former kiosk/shop on Links – proposed for demolition and landscaping (retain power supply) These two properties are part of the Links whichContinue reading “Nairn Common Good consultation – Nairn Links Tearoom and Store”

Nairn River CC Statutory Consultee submission re Cawdor House/Lavender Cafe ‘change of use’ Application

Nairn River Community Council have recently submitted a Statutory Consultee comment to the Planning portal, regarding a retrospective change of use Application by Cawdor House B and B, Cawdor Street, Nairn, who have been operating an outdoor cafe since July 2020. This Application has attracted diverse public comments and strong views on either side. ToContinue reading “Nairn River CC Statutory Consultee submission re Cawdor House/Lavender Cafe ‘change of use’ Application”

Have your say on Phone Boxes, Police Scotland, Pre Planning Consultation, Short Term Lets, Bathing Water signage – public consultations

Here is a list of public consultations open now to which  you can contribute  as a member of the public right now – with deadlines  where available.  Feel free also to feed back to Nairn River CC directly on any of these topics by  1/adding your own comments to our blog below 2/send  an emailContinue reading “Have your say on Phone Boxes, Police Scotland, Pre Planning Consultation, Short Term Lets, Bathing Water signage – public consultations”

Public Questions -parking and visitor facilities- to help Nairn Community groups work with Highland Council to improve 2021 tourist welcome

An online meeting was held on 1st September 2020 which brought together representatives of the two Nairn Community Councils ( Nairn River and Nairn West and Suburban) , BID and NICE ( Nairn\’s Community Development Trust) with 3 of Nairn\’s Highland Councillors and a number of Highland officers involved with transport and parking, policy, and improvement ofContinue reading “Public Questions -parking and visitor facilities- to help Nairn Community groups work with Highland Council to improve 2021 tourist welcome”

Update on Planning Application for 12 flats and CAB on King Street -request for Planning Committee site visit

    Update 5th  Sept 2020 This article appeared in the Press and Journal on 27th August regarding proposed development of a newbuild block of 12 flats and new CAB in Nairn Town Centre It confirmed that Highland Council(the applicant as well as the planning authority in this proposed development)  has already published tender documentsContinue reading “Update on Planning Application for 12 flats and CAB on King Street -request for Planning Committee site visit”

Working Together for Nairn’s Regeneration and Economic Recovery

The two Nairn ‘town’ Community Councils (Nairn River, and West and Suburban)  have recentlyissued a joint press release to reaffirm their  commitment to working together with Nairn BID (Business Improvement District) and NICE (Nairn’s Community Enterprise Trust), Highland Council and other local community partners.With 1 in 4 jobs in Nairn dependent on the tourist industry,Continue reading “Working Together for Nairn’s Regeneration and Economic Recovery”

Agenda and public invitation for 12 May online meeting of Nairn River Community Council

As advertised in today’s Nairnshire Telegraph , Nairn River Community Council will be holding an online public meeting next Tuesday 12th May from 7.30 – 9.30 pm. Here is the Agenda AGENDA for Nairn River Community Council online meeting 12 May 2020 Any member of the public in Nairn wishing to attend/observe the online meetingContinue reading “Agenda and public invitation for 12 May online meeting of Nairn River Community Council”

Nairn River Community Council Lockdown update and March 10th Minutes

We hope that everyone is staying safe at home and keeping well in these strange times. Since 23rd March  Nairn River Community Council has been in lockdown, but members have remained active working from home and continue to serve the local community. Our members have had a steep ‘learning curve’ mastering online meetings using theContinue reading “Nairn River Community Council Lockdown update and March 10th Minutes”

Nairn River Community Council back up and running Feb 2020

Nairn River Community Council is now back up and running in 2020 after a year off Our first meeting was in FebruaryMinutes of meeting February 11th 2020Our  next two public meetings  are Tuesday March 10th  and Tuesday April 14th* both at 7 30 at Nairn Community and Arts Centre ( *due to lockdown members metContinue reading “Nairn River Community Council back up and running Feb 2020”