This is what happens

when you try to bring community benefit and business, as well as economic development to the North of Scotland.

You get threatened by the Highland Council, they give your address away, the last CEO was very supportive, as are some of the staff.  Not do the Director of Planning and Infrastructure.  Planning? What’s that?  There were no plans for the interpretive signs at Forsinard, nor the NC500 until HIE decided it was going in.

You get villified, bullied, and even the Police at your door.

 

http://www.northhighlandway.co.uk

 

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Published by Dawn Marshall

I have written for several publications in Scotland and Spain and have a Diploma in Freelance Journalism. I also have a BSC in IT and Spanish from London South Bank University, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Environmental Economics, Policy and Risk from Heriot Watt University. I am a member of the NUJ in Belfast.

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