NEWS: SPS pausing the planning consultation for Milton Of Leys

WE HAVE SOME NEWS, no need to attend at Inshes Church tomorrow!

SPS Statement on the Consultation Process on Proposed Prison Site for HMP Highland

SPS are today pausing the planning consultation process on the proposed prison site at Milton of Leys to ascertain if a viable alternative option is available for the location of HMP Highland. As a consequence, the second public consultation meeting proposed for Tuesday 28 June at the Inches [sic] Church, Inverness is postponed. SPS will progress an assessment of an alternative option which has been brought forward by the Milton of Leys site owner and which had not previously been available as a potential prison site. However, the full assessment of this site is not yet commenced and should this option not subsequently prove viable, SPS have a commitment to progress the planning application on the Milton of Leys site.

It is anticipated that the assessment of the potential alternative site can be concluded within the next four to six months and a further statement will be made in due course.

Contact: Tom Fox, Head of Corporate Affairs
0131 244 8463

Fergus Ewing MSP, we are extremely grateful for your support and guidance in achieving this position.


Tues 28th June 2016 – Second Colliers/Scottish Prison Service Pre-Application Public Consultation Event

Meeting Postponed! – See latest post: NEWS: SPS pausing the planning consultation for Milton Of Leys

Pre-Application Public Consultation Event

Tuesday 28th June 2016
2pm – 7pm
Inshes Church

This is the second Colliers/Scottish Prison Service Pre-Application Public Consultation Event for the Proposed Prison Site at Milton Of Leys. Please come along and show your support for the HAPPL Campaign.

Thank you!


ISCC Meeting with Colliers and SPS – Mon 6th June 2016, 7.30pm, Inshes Primary School

Inverness South Community Council Meeting

Inshes Primary School
Monday 6th June 2016

NEXT CHANCE TO MAKE YOUR VOICES HEARD: 7:30pm, Monday 6th of June at Inshes Primary School at the ISCC regular meeting. The meeting normally starts at 7pm however due to numbers it is anticipated both sides of the hall will be required so a longer set up. Colliers and SPS will be in attendance.

NO PRISON HERE! Don’t take the pressure off!

For full detail and agenda of the meeting see the ISCC website –