October 2015 Stake Holder Engagement Events
Three public engagement events were held on the 28th of October. Please see event notes below. The events were part of the community engagement activities for the Fraserburgh 2021 TH/CARS second round application to the Heritage Lottery Fund.
A Contractor engagement breakfast event was held at Fraserburgh North East College Campus from 8-9am on the 28th of October. This event was aimed at local contractors and tradesmen. Representatives from Construction Industry Training Board, Skills Development Scotland and the North East Scotland College were also in attendance. The session started with an overview of the Fraserburgh 2021 scheme including the high and medium priority projects and the training elements of the project. This was given by Alan Marshall and Doug Wheeler who were the consultants for the project. A question and answer session was then held with the contractors and other attendees.
A second Stakeholder engagement event was held in Fraserburgh College on the 28th of October from 2-4pm which was a follow on from the first Stakeholder engagement event held in June. The purpose of this was to give local Councillors, business owners, community groups and colleges and schools the opportunity to learn more about the Fraserburgh 2021 project and give feedback on the proposals so far. The event was attended by people from various section of the community listed above. A question and answer session was then held. The feedback was again both positive and informative and will help further shape the development of the scheme.
A drop-in session at the Council Chambers was also held on the 28th of October from 4-7pm. This gave local people an opportunity to look at the display of the proposed projects and speak to the development officers about the scheme.