The Outer Hebrides Community Planning Partnership’s Draft Gaelic Policy is now out for consultation.
OHCPP recognises that Gaelic is an integral part of Scotland’s heritage, national identity and cultural life and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the Gaelic Language and its use. At its meeting on 22 November 2017 the Board agreed that it would be appropriate for the OHCPP to have its own Gaelic Policy to complement the policies of individual partners. A draft policy was submitted to the Board on 16 March 2018 seeking its approval to publish for public consultation.
The public are invited to make any final comments and suggestions by 27 April 2018 to email@example.com and any feedback will be considered by the OHCPP in May when it approves the finalised Gaelic Policy.