Public Meeting and Exhibitions will Help Shape Stornoway Port Authority Plans
The public will have a chance to help shape plans for major developments at Stornoway Harbour that will bring significant benefits to the town.
Public exhibitions will be held as part of a continuing consultation process on ambitious proposals that include a deep water port and new marina as part of Stornoway Port Authority’s 20-year Master Plan.
Tuesday 24 April 10am-6pm - Stornoway Town Hall
An exhibition will set out the proposals and the methods being used by the Port Authority to assess the environmental impact of the projects.
Monday 4 June 10am-6pm - Stornoway Town Hall
At a second exhibition the Authority will explain how the proposals have evolved since the first consultation event and provide information about the environmental impact assessments.
Wednesday 23 May - 7pm - An Lanntair, Kenneth Street, Stornoway.
There will be a presentation about the Newton Marina and deep water port projects, and an opportunity to make comments, at the Port Authority’s annual public meeting.
More Information is available on the Stornoway Port Authority Website (Opens in a new window or downloads a file)