Wednesday, February 09, 2022

340K for cludgies elsewhere – why not Nairn? C’mon please what about the Harbour Street toilets?

A press release on the Highland council states: “Two Caithness projects to benefit from Coastal Communities Fund”states:

“Funding support of £50,000 has also been provided to The Highland Council to go towards the £254,000 of refurbishment works to Wick Whitechapel Public Conveniences.” More here: 

Also the Ross-shire Journal reports online.

“Holyrood's Place-Based Investment Programme (PBIP) gave Highland Council £1,963,000 of ring-fenced money for 2021/22, with area distribution of the grant agreed by members of the economy and infrastructure committee in September last year.”

“It included £6,323 of support for the provision of play equipment in the WRSL ward in consultation with amenities staff and £6,323 to support the provision of public toilets.”More here:

Meanwhile, again on the Highland Council Press Release pages: “Caithness projects to benefit from funding boost”

“The committee also agreed £89,000 of the Caithness PBIP allocation will go to the Whitechapel Road,Wick, Public Convenience refurbishment project  to support the regeneration of the town centre.” More here


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