EMMA RODDICK QUERIES DELAYS ON DECISION ON IRONWORKS REDEVELOPMENT PROPOSALS

On Tuesday 22ND MARCH Highlands and Islands MSP and retiring Highland councillor Emma Roddick requested an explanation for ongoing delays in a final decision on the application by developer Bricks Capital to redevelop music venue Ironworks into a 162-bedroom hotel. The application, initially due to be considered in March, has now been postponed twice. MembersContinue reading “EMMA RODDICK QUERIES DELAYS ON DECISION ON IRONWORKS REDEVELOPMENT PROPOSALS”

Highlands and Islands MSP visits the Inverness Creative Academy

Highlands and Islands MSP Emma Roddick enjoyed an afternoon of art on Friday the 4th of March at the Inverness Creative Academy. The Inverness Creative Academy provides a stimulating working environment for artists, creative businesses, and art organisations that is affordable and accessible. This beautiful building, which has recently opened its doors to the public,Continue reading “Highlands and Islands MSP visits the Inverness Creative Academy”

SNP MSP delighted to see Creative Academy open

SNP MSP Emma Roddick has welcomed the opening of Wasps’ Inverness Creative Academy.  The former Inverness Royal Academy building on Midmills Road will now host the first creative hub in the Highlands. The Highlands and Islands MSP has highlighted the partnership working which brought the project to this stage, including money from the Highland CouncilContinue reading “SNP MSP delighted to see Creative Academy open”

MSP welcomes £20,000 funding boost for Inverness and surrounding area

Highlands and Islands SNP MSP, Emma Roddick, has welcomed the announcement that projects in Inverness and its environs will receive £20,000 from the first round of grants from the Scotland Loves Local Fund. The funding, announced this week, is supporting over 100 organisations, who will receive a share of the £1.5 million funding boost toContinue reading “MSP welcomes £20,000 funding boost for Inverness and surrounding area”

Emma Roddick MSP shows her support to community food projects

Emma Roddick spent Tuesday the 19th of October visiting 6 different community groups in the Inverness area who all share a keen focus on food poverty, support, and helping others. These groups were: Food for Families, Café 1668, Crown & City Community Cupboard, Inverness Food Stuff, GoodNESS Community Fridge, and Incredible Edible Inverness. Speaking followingContinue reading “Emma Roddick MSP shows her support to community food projects”