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Lairg Service Point - Highland Council

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From 17 October 2011 the Service Point will share offices with the Police. Opening Hours Monday to Friday 9.30 am to 1pm What can I do at Lairg Service Point? In addition to our core services you can Access the Registration Service Access the Sutherland Partnership Contact the Access Officer Contact the North West Sutherland Community Care Forum Contact the East Sutherland Village Advice Service (Thursdays 2.30pm - 4.30pm) Accessibility Ramped access to building Automatic doors Low counter for wheelchair user accessibility Wheelchair lift to access the private interview room Loop system

Telephone
01349 886606

Postal Address
Lairg Service Point - Highland Council
Police Station
Main Street
Lairg
Sutherland
IV27 4DB



News for Lairg Service Point - Highland Council

Ceremony marks opening of A838 Laxford Bridge North approach roadThumbnail for article : Ceremony marks opening of A838 Laxford Bridge North approach road
A ceremony was held today (Monday) to mark completion of the 1km section of the A838 Lairg to Tongue road, north of Laxford Bridge.   The 850k scheme realigned and widened the existing single track road to a modern two-lane standard.  
12/10/2011
Sharing Services at Lairg
A new partnership is being introduced in Lairg on Monday (17 October 2011) when the public will be able to source advice and information on police and Council matters from under the one roof.   The Highland Council is moving its Service Point from New Buildings, Main Street into the Northern Constabulary office on the same street.  
HMIe Report - Kinlochbervie High School
The caring and supportive environment for learning was one of the three particular strengths highlighted by Her Majesty's Inspectors of Education in a report published today on Kinlochbervie High School.   Inspectors reported that in most classes, pupils were motivated and very willing to learn and that relationships between teachers and pupils were positive.  
Council Warns On-line Buyers To Beware!
Trading Standards Officers at The Highland Council are calling on consumers to be on their guard when buying on the internet after a survey highlighted that 40% of on-line business failed to fully comply with the Law.   A recent in-depth survey has uncovered a variety of problems for consumers such as hidden costs and denial of cancellation rights.  

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