The Flow Country has experienced human influence for thousands of years and this landscape will continue to be shaped by those fortunate enough to call it their home. We want to work with communities to see that The Flow Country continues to be a world-class habitat, as well as ensuring that local people feel the benefit of this highest of heritage accolades.
As the World Heritage Site Nomination documentation progresses a number of elements will benefit from input from, and consultation with, the local communities, landowners and businesses. We will aim to conduct online and, hopefully face to face events to get your input. Once we have details of these events they will be publicised here, and through our social media channels.
A number of consultation events were undertaken for the previous stage of the Flow Country World Heritage Site Project. A brief summary of these is provided below.
Gail Ross MSP attends our Wick drop-in event
We held 15 drop-in events at locations across Caithness and Sutherland through May and June 2019. We were really pleased to speak to just under 200 people at these events – thank you very much to everyone who came out to see us.
We will hold more of these events next year, so keep an eye on this page for more details.
Professor Iain Stewart, Professor Barry Gilbertson and Neil Oliver (left to right) at our Eden Court event
From 5th – 7th July we held three very well-attended events in Lairg, Thurso and Inverness. A huge thank you to the 850 people who came out to hear Professor Barry Gilbertson, Professor Iain Stewart and Neil Oliver talk about The Flow Country and the World Heritage Site Project.
We would love to hear your thoughts and questions, so please feel free to contact us using the details below:
firstname.lastname@example.org (Flow Country World Heritage Site Coordinator, The Highland Council)
email@example.com (Climate Change Coordinator, The Highland Council)