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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.

The Highland Council is reminding the public that although their offices and buildings remain closed to the public a full range of support and information is still available.

Access into all service point buildings continues to be currently restricted for people to complete birth registrations and other high priority registrations by appointment only, and following all current social distancing and hygiene guidance.

The public can still access help and advice from service point staff by telephone and webchat services.

Contact can be made on the following numbers Monday to Friday 0800 to 1700 unless otherwise stated:

COVID-19 Freephone Helpline - 0300 303 1362

Council house repairs, pest control, housing applications and rent enquiries - 01349 886602

Planning and Building Standards - 9am to 4pm Tuesday to Friday - 01349 886608. Monday - email eplanning@highland.gov.uk

Roads, flooding and street lighting - Emergency reports only - 01349 886601

Domestic and commercial waste issues - 01349 886603

Garden waste - 9am to 4pm Monday to Friday - 01349 886660

Make a payment by debit or credit card - 01349 886605

Elections helpline - 01349 886657

Entitlement (Blue Badge, travel and National Entitlement Cards) - 9am and 3pm Tuesday to Thursday - 01349 886604

Social Work Childrens Services - 01463 644460

Social Work Out of Hours Team - 5pm to 9am Monday to Friday - 08457 697284. Open all day on weekends and public holidays.

Help with claiming benefits, keeping up with bills and council tax - 0800 090 1004

Help available to reduce business rates – 01463 702894

Advice for Business - 01463 713889

Or by email for:

Licensing - licensing@highland.gov.uk
Landlord Registration - landlord.registration@highland.gov.uk
Elections helpline - election@highland.gov.uk
For electoral registration queries - ero@highland.gov.uk
Environmental Health – envhealth@highland.gov.uk

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 :
09:00am - 5:00pm
Tuesday :
09:00am - 5:00pm
Wednesday :
09:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday :
09:00am - 5:00pm
Friday :
09:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday :
Closed




News for Highland Council : Wick Service Point

15/1/2021
Business and personal bank accounts can now be use to apply for Temporary Business Closure Grant
Applicants for the Scottish Government's Temporary Business Closure Grant can now apply even if they do not have a formal business bank account.   Businesses will now be able to use a personal bank account as evidence, if the account is mainly used for their business banking.  
11/1/2021
Extending Support For Hospitality, Retail And Leisure - January grants top-up announced.Thumbnail for article : Extending Support For Hospitality, Retail And Leisure - January grants top-up announced.
A significant top-up to the grant support available for hospitality, retail and leisure businesses across Scotland closed by level 4 restrictions will be paid following an announcement by Finance Secretary Kate Forbes.   In addition to the grants businesses receive through the Strategic Business Framework Fund, eligible businesses will also get a one off grant of.  
8/1/2021
Highland Council Members agreed to adjust full council agenda in light of COVID lockdown and BrexitThumbnail for article : Highland Council Members agreed to adjust full council agenda in light of COVID lockdown and Brexit
Members at yesterday's previously adjourned and re-scheduled meeting of Highland Council voted to carry a motion introduced to make adjustments to the agenda in light of the situation in relation to COVID-19 and Brexit.   The urgent motion was proposed by Highland Council Leader Cllr Margaret Davidson and supported by the Leader of the official Opposition, Cllr Raymond Bremner.  
7/1/2021
Business Closure Grant Scheme open for applications
The Highland Council today launched the Temporary Business Closure Grant.  This grant is available for businesses who have had to close due to the COVID-19 protective measures introduced on Boxing Day.  
7/1/2021
Supporting Highland Council Winter Gritting and COVID Response EffortsThumbnail for article : Supporting Highland Council Winter Gritting and COVID Response Efforts
The Council wishes to provide re-assurance to communities that it's Winter Gritting teams are continuing to work extremely hard throughout the area during the current lock-down, providing a road and pavement gritting service following the Council's policy on prioritisation of routes.   Details of the council's highland wide and local area gritting policies and maps are on the Council’s website at www.highland.gov.uk/gritting.  
7/1/2021
Impact of Brexit discussed by Highland Councillors
The Highland Council met today (7 January 2021) and took the opportunity to discuss Brexit.  A number of issues arising from the UK's exit from the EU were discussed and the complexity of the situation was recognised particularly since there are a number of other concurrent issues such as COVID.  
7/1/2021
Learning under current Covid lockdown
The Highland Council has issued a letter to all parents providing an update regarding the reopening of schools and early learning and childcare settings following the announcement made yesterday by the First Minister that the country is now in a national lockdown.   All Highland schools will remain open but the only pupils who should attend are those identified as vulnerable and the children of Key Workers when no other arrangements can be made.  
6/1/2021
More time for food consultation feedback
The Highland Council is giving more time for people to take part in it's draft food growing strategy - Growing Our Future.   The extension, until the 28 February, will allow outcomes from the up-coming Highland Good Food Conversation to be incorporated in the strategy.  
3/1/2021
Still Time To Submit Your Cash Your Caithness Applications
Local groups in Caithness are reminded that the closing date for Your Cash Your Caithness applications is drawing near and to be in with a chance of receiving a share of £10,000.00, forms need to be received by 5.00pm on Sunday 2nd February 2020.   £10,000 of funding is available to let the local community decide for themselves which projects are needed in their area.  
31/12/2020
Former Highland Councillor and staff among Highland awards in New Year Honours List 2021Thumbnail for article : Former Highland Councillor and staff among Highland awards in New Year Honours List 2021
Four people in The Highland Council area have been awarded in the Queen's New Year Honour's list for their services in health, community care, sport and athletics and response to their communities during COVID-19 response.   Highland Council Convener Cllr Bill Lobban said: "I congratulate all four recipients of the Queen's New Year Honours this year for their services and commitment among their communities.  

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