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The availability of affordable housing across the Cairngorms National Park is one of the biggest challenges businesses face when recruiting staff.
The Cairngorms Business Partnership (CBP) would like to invite you to a Business Breakfast at the Hilton Coylumbridge, focussed on the proposed development of a new community at An Camas Mor; for which a section 42 planning extension is currently being considered by the Cairngorms National Park Authority.
We have two objectives for the breakfast:-
1 Understand the Vision for An Camas Mòr as a new community
2 To give businesses the opportunity to question the plans and engage in a discussion about the challenges that An Camas Mòr will need to address. At least one hour will be made available for this and there will be opportunities for written feedback.
Points made will be noted by the CBP (though not attributed to individuals) and passed to the An Camas Mòr team and the National Park Authority. You are encouraged to visit www.ancamasmor.com both before and after the event.
- 08:00 Bacon & Vegetarian Rolls and Coffee for an 08:30 start
- 08:30 Introduction – Mark Tate, Chief Executive, CBP
- A vision for rural housing – Kate Forbes MSP
- The Aviemore Community Vision; Alistair Dargie, Chair, the Aviemore Community Enterprise & Vice Chair of the Aviemore and Vicinity Community Council
- Making it Happen – Johnnie Grant of Rothiemurchus & An Camas Mòr development LLP
- Questions and Discussion – chaired by Mark Tate
- 10:30 Close
Thanks to the kind support of Highlands and Islands Enterprise and An Camas Mòr LLP this event is free to attend.
If you cannot make the event but would like to submit a question or observations please email email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you on the day.
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Cairngorms Business Partnership Ltd
The Cairngorms Business Partnership (CBP) is the primary representative organisation and voice for the business community in the Cairngorms National Park. It is affiliated to the Chamber of Commerce and has an active membership of circa 340 businesses from across all industry sectors