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Highland Council : Wick Service Point

www.highland.gov.uk

Monday to Friday 9.30am to 4.30pm

Anyone wishing to report an out of hours emergency in connection with roads, flooding or street lighting and environmental services should call 01349 886690 and for council housing, property and homelessness related emergencies the telephone number is 0845 700 2005.

During normal working hours of 9am to 5pm the telephone number for reporting any issues in relation to roads, flooding and street lighting is 01349 886601 while the telephone number for council house repairs is 01349 886602.

Telephone
01349 886606

E-mail
service.point@highland.gov.uk

Postal Address
Highland Council : Wick Service Point
Caithness House
Market Square
Wick
Caithness
KW1 4AB



Opening Hours

Sunday :
Closed
Monday :
9:00am - 5:00pm
Tuesday :
9:00am - 5:00pm
Wednesday :
9:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday :
9:00am - 5:00pm
Friday :
9:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday :
Closed




News for Highland Council : Wick Service Point

22/6/2018
New Website Provides One-stop Shop For Postal Surcharge ConcernsThumbnail for article : New Website Provides One-stop Shop For Postal Surcharge Concerns
The issue of parcel surcharging has long been a bone of contention for many internet shoppers.   However, consumers across the United Kingdom, and especially those living in Northern Ireland and the Highlands and Islands of Scotland are now set to benefit from the launch of a new website which provides a one stop shop to acknowledge these concerns, which include:.  
21/6/2018
Caithness Councillor Steps Down From North Planning Review Body
Councillor Struan Mackie (Thurso and Caithness West - Ward 2) has stepped down from the North Planning review body citing pressure of work as the reason.   No replacement has yet been announced.  
20/6/2018
Highland toilets to remain open until review complete
The process of carrying out a review of public toilet provision in The Highland Council area is underway and is due for completion by the end of October this year.   Meanwhile, during the summer tourist season Highland Council toilets will remain open until the end of October.  
12/6/2018
Car Parking Charges Across Highland Getting Closer
The results of a recent car parking review requested by The Highland Council's Redesign Board have created a vision for car parking and a shift towards localism in the region.   Members of the Redesign Board have agreed a common ground on recommendations for a new car parking policy and improvements to car parking processes in the local authority area.  
12/6/2018
Highland Council toilet provision review extended
After listening to feedback from communities across the Highlands, Highland Council's Administration have decided to take more time to rationalise toilet provision in the Highlands.   Budget Leader and Chair of Corporate Resources Cllr Alister MacKinnon and Cllr Allan Henderson, Chair of Environment, Development and Infrastructure report: "In view of serious community proposals coming forward and being assessed, by groups such as North Coast 500 and others across the Highlands, through the Rural Tourism Infrastructure Fund, it is prudent to allow extra time for the review.  
2/6/2018
Car Clubs Help The Highland Council Drive Ahead
The Highland Council, in partnership with Enterprise Car Club an E-Car Club, have recently launched car clubs at multiple Council offices throughout the region.   The scheme's newest location, Fort William, is being launched on 4th June 2018 and will form part of a 6-month pilot.  
2/6/2018
High-Fi for Fort William - Free WiFi is rolled out across 14 Highland towns
FORT WILLIAM now has access to free WiFi in and around the centre of the town thanks to a project led by the Highland Council and funded by the Inverness and Highland City-Region Deal.   The free WiFi, called "High-Fi", is aimed at stimulating economic growth and will increase digital inclusion across the Highlands.  
30/5/2018
Expanding Early Learning and Childcare
The trial expansion of early learning and childcare in 6 centres in Highland was welcomed by Members of Highland Council's Care, Learning and Housing Committee today (30 May 2018).   The aim of the expansion is to provide high quality, flexible early learning and childcare that is accessible and affordable for families.  
30/5/2018
Sustaining Education in Highland Communities
The work of Highland Council's Care and Learning Service to provide sustainable quality education in Highland communities was further endorsed today by members of the Council’s Care, Learning and Housing Committee.   Members gave their approval to the reframing of the previous "Management in Schools Programme" to an updated and revised “Sustainable Education in Highlands” programme.  
24/5/2018
Highland Council Budget Leader warns of even tougher decisions to come
Speaking at Highland Council's Corporate Resources Committee today (24 May 2018), Budget Leader Cllr Alister Mackinnon said that the Council's reported overspend showed the extent to which successive budget reductions and council tax freezes meant the authority had no wriggle room to manage significant pressures in demand-led services like supporting children with additional support needs.  He said:"We have done everything we can to protect front line services and particularly services to children and young people.  

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