Support - Caithness and North Sutherland Regeneration Partnership

  • Lead – Highlands and Islands Enterprise, Thurso Office
  • Activity to attract new business into the area not covered by other CNSRP activities.
  • This activity is available to all businesses in the area that believe they have an opportunity that will have a major effect on the local economy.
  • This is covered by a CNSRP process.

  • Lead – Highlands and Islands Enterprise
  • Activity in support of the Major Projects, opportunities and Key Enabling Activities providing supply chain and other intelligence/analysis, skills analysis, etc.
  • The corporate centre of Highlands and Islands Enterprise based in Inverness has close working relationships with Scottish Government, Scottish Enterprise, Scottish Development International, VisitScotland, Skills Development Scotland, Scottish Funding Council, Creative Scotland, industry leadership groups, local authorities and the NHS.
  • These working relationships allow HIE’s sectoral teams in Inverness to coordinate information from the markets, which is then collated and available to businesses to aid their investment and growth. This support is shared with CNSRP to aid the partnership’s programme of work. They will also will direct support to businesses, specialist programmes and interventions and influence sectoral and public policy within Scotland, the UK and Europe.
  • This is covered by a CNSRP process.

  • Lead – CNSRP
  • Coordination of CNSRP partner funding activities in support of CNSRP Major Projects, related activities and all others that should reasonably be coordinated by CNSRP
  • This also includes assistance to businesses in obtaining those grants originating from other areas of the UK and Scottish Governments.
  • This is covered by a CNSRP process.

  • Lead – Highlands and Islands Enterprise, Thurso Office
  • To assist the local supply chain to maximise the benefits of the Major Projects and opportunities
  • This activity is available to all businesses in the area that believe they can benefit the new Tier 1 companies by utilising local suppliers.
  • This is covered by a CNSRP process.