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CNSRP Welcomes New Independent Chair

13th Jun, 2022

Partners in the Caithness and North Sutherland Regeneration Partnership (CNSRP) have given a warm welcome to Simon Middlemas OBE, who takes over the role as CNSRP Independent Chair from Ian Ross. Simon Middlemas starts his three-year term at a time when there are numerous opportunities developing in the region. The spaceport development at the Moine […]

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CNSRP welcomes return of scheduled flights from Wick John O’Groats Airport

23rd Feb, 2022

The Caithness and North Sutherland Regeneration Partnership (CNSRP) has welcomed today’s announcement by The Highland Council that a contract has been awarded to Eastern Airlines to run scheduled flights between Wick and Aberdeen for three years. These flights will be supported by a Public Service Obligation (PSO), funded by Transport Scotland and The Highland Council. […]

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STEP (Spherical Tokamak for Energy Production) – Caithness Bid

11th Jun, 2021

CNSRP submitted a bid to the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) in March to host the fusion prototype site STEP (Spherical Tokamak for Energy Production) in Caithness. We are now pleased to announce that the application made by the partnership has passed the show stopper assessment and is being included for further evaluation by UKAEA. […]

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Partners welcome new CNSRP Independent Chair

12th Jul, 2018

Partners in the Caithness & North Sutherland Regeneration Partnership (CNSRP) have given a warm welcome to Ian Ross as he takes over the role of Independent Chair from Sir Anthony Cleaver. Following a public recruitment campaign Ian Ross this week takes on a two-year contract as Independent Chair of CNSRP, as its partners continue to […]

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Caithness Firm Set to Expand

16th Feb, 2018

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CNSRP Advisory Board – June 2016 summary

01st Jul, 2016

The CNSRP Advisory Board met on 21st June to discuss progress with the Partnership Programme, including the welcome news on Wick harbour being confirmed as the operation and maintenance base for the major Beatrice Offshore Windfarm development, and the encouraging progress with the NDA Archive project which is on course to receive its first archive […]

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CNSRP Advisory & Executive Boards – joint statement, June 2014

02nd Jul, 2014

CNSRP Partners welcome skills investments Confidence in the area’s economic future is underpinned by investment in its future workforce – that was the message from members of CNSRP’s Advisory Board in their recent annual joint session with members of the CNSRP Executive Board. Members had heard during their meeting about the range of work going […]

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CNSRP Partners get behind “superfast” broadband rollout

06th Jan, 2014

At its recent meeting the Advisory Board of the Caithness & North Sutherland Regeneration Partnership discussed progress with the rollout of Next Generation (“superfast”) Broadband to Caithness & North Sutherland. Following recent discussions with Highlands and Islands Enterprise about timescales for the programme, members broadly welcomed the news that BT has started on work that […]

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Partnership welcomes Meygen Ltd announcement

16th Sep, 2013

Speaking today (Monday 16th September) at a meeting of the Executive Board of Caithness & North Sutherland Regeneration Partnership (CNSRP) Sir Anthony Cleaver, Chairman of the Partnership, has given a warm welcome for the announcement by Scottish Government that Meygen Limited has been given consent to build what will be Europe’s largest tidal stream development. […]

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CNSRP statement on GMB press release

15th Aug, 2013

Eann Sinclair, CNSRP Programme Manager said “The partners in CNSRP are puzzled and disappointed by the statements made by GMB. The Thurso & Wick Trades Council represents all of the trades unions at work in the north, and is kept fully involved in the work of the Partnership. We believe that real progress has been […]

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