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Letter from the council regarding the mess at Carradale Harbour

4th August 2016

Subject: RE: Mess at harbour

Dear Mr Irvine

Please accept my apologies for the delay in responding to you and I can confirm that on a recent trip to Campbeltown I took the
opportunity to visit the site along with Pippa Milne, the Executive Director for Development and Infrastructure who has since instructed
Stewart Clark, the Council’s Marine Operations Manager to lead a multi-disciplinary team approach including with other public sector
agencies to improving the situation in Carradale.

I can further advise that they will be meeting collectively on site in September after which a clear plan of action to remedy the
situation will be agreed and implemented.
In the interim Stewart Clark will contact you directly to meet with you in Carradale to discuss further and will keep you informed of
progress.

As I am sure you are aware, this is not a straightforward matter and please be assured that the Council will continue to endeavour to
resolve these matters.

Cleland

Cleland Sneddon
Chief Executive

New Bridge at Carradale Bay.

The old bridge at Carradale Bay was damaged over the winter due to the excessive tide surges and gales.  The bridge was sloping to one side and the rails were falling off.     A new bridge has been installed.

Health & Social Care Partnership

There was a meeting being held in Campbeltown.  This was a follow on to the recent meetings held in the village hall regarding changes to health and social care partnerships.


Meeting was on Tuesday 20th October 201510.00am to 2.00pm. Documents available below.

Consultation Questions

Outline Strategic Plan

Public Events

HSCP Public Consulation Document


Composting site in Carradale

The EKCC has sought a mandate for the community to buy land in Carradale to create a composting and storage site.

 Abbeyfield Booklet

 A booklet has been printed giving the history of Abbeyfield Carradale and copies will be available at Semple's Shop. There is a small charge of £1 and all proceeds will go to RNLI.  Front cover sample