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Highland Council asks for public views

By Staff Reporter

HIGHLAND Council is encouraging members of the public to respond to its public consultation on how community councils are created and governed.

The council is keen to hear the views of both community councils as well as members of the general public.

The ongoing review will also offer an opportunity for people to suggest any changes they think are necessary to the boundaries of individual community councils.

The consultation process was approved by councillors at a special meeting of Highland Council in January where they agreed to a community council review including a public consultation.

It began in March and will run through until May 31.

Details of the review and how people can respond to it can be found on the council’s website at www.highland.gov.uk/communitycouncils

Further details can also be requested from the policy team by calling 01463 702006 or by emailing ccreview@highland.gov.uk

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