- Topography Report Complete
- Adoption agreement received from Council
- Planning Permission sought
- 2 Funding Bids completed
- Legacy 2014
- Holywood Trust
- Planning permission will last for 2 years if given
Members: don’t forget our EGM Monday, 9th Feb, at 7.00pm, Creebridge House Hotel. We will be electing new Executive Committee members amongst other things.
If you are unable to attend please email apologies to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are not a member but would like to become one you can also contact the email address or you can download a NSI Membership Form.
Dumfries and Galloway Council provide equipment to Community Groups including Community Councils, to assist in dealing with winter weather issues.
In order to qualify for the scheme, we require to have five named individuals (from five different properties within the area). If the request is for a grit bin, then in addition to five named individuals, we stipulate that it cannot be sited on a road that the Council currently treat as part of its primary routes, and that the proposed location cannot be within 250m of an existing grit bin.
It is up to each group to manage and maintain any and all equipment issued
The application form for the Community Winter Resilience Scheme can be downloaded from www.dumgal.gov.uk/winter