A year on from the first Fort William 2040 (FW2040) consultation, residents are being encouraged to go along to the Nevis Centre on Wednesday, September 25, to review progress and give their views on the next stage of the masterplan.
The exhibition runs from 2pm to 7:30pm and includes workshops where people can discuss the delivery of different aspects of the plans.
Arrangements for the event are being co-ordinated by The Highland Council, in partnership with Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) and The Scottish Government.
Representatives of all the existing and aspirational projects in the town are being given a space to exhibit the plans they are working on and answer any questions.
HIE programme manager, Alastair Nicolson, said: “This is a really exciting opportunity for the people of Fort William and Lochaber. We look forward to welcoming people on the day. Their input will help shape priorities for the year ahead.
Councillor Allan Henderson, chairman of The Highland Council’s Environment, Development and Infrastructure Committee, said: “Significant progress has been made in delivering developments over the last year and we want to continue the momentum to deliver other services and infrastructure over the next few years including major new employment opportunities, a new hospital and educational facilities.
“FW2040 is about communities, businesses, landowners and potential investors collaborating to create and deliver the type of place people want Fort William to be. This collaborative approach allows everyone to play their part and will help ensure the town and the wider Lochaber area can fulfil its enormous potential.
“Results from the event will help feed into an updated version of the FW2040 Masterplan so it is important the ideas and feedback from individuals and community groups are captured at this stage. Arrangements for the event are being co-ordinated by The Highland Council, in partnership with Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) and The Scottish Government