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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

16/1/2020
Storm damage takes its toll on Highland roadsThumbnail for article : Storm damage takes its toll on Highland roads
Storm Brendan has taken its toll on roads and infrastructure across the Highlands.   Localised flooding, wind and ice has caused damage to roads, paths, car parks and walls in numerous areas including Applecross, Lochaber and Caithness and Sutherland.  
13/1/2020
Local Government Funding Is Not Keeping Up With Needs Say COSLA
The Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (COSLA) has launched a campaign to persuade the Finance Secretary Derek Mackay MSP to invest in Scotland's councils before it is too late.  COSLA has produced a briefing document Invest in Essential Services which clearly shows the reduction to Local Government funding since 2013/14 and how the flexibility councils have to spend their budget has been eroded by the Scottish Government.  
9/1/2020
Councils Empowered To Introduce Safety And Control Measures
Local authorities are to be given new powers to regulate short-term lets where they decide this is in the interests of local communities.   Housing Minister Kevin Stewart announced measures in the Scottish Parliament to provide local authorities with the ability to implement a licensing scheme for short-term lets from spring 2021.  
23/12/2019
Highland Council staff and members dig deep for charity this festive season
Big-hearted Highland Council staff and members have dug deep into their pockets at an already expensive time of year to help two important charities in the region.   Staff at Highland Council headquarters have been fundraising for the Highland Hospice through a charity raffle, coffee morning and staff pantomime.  
20/12/2019
Highland Council gives notice that a procurement for Corran Ferry service may be coming
Highland Council will be testing the market by contacting prospective contractors (scheduled to be sent out 6th January 2020) to give notice that a procurement for the Corran ferry service may be coming forward.   A questionnaire will seek the views of suppliers and potential suppliers of ferry services to the Council.  
20/12/2019
Highland Council Service Arrangements For Christmas And New Year
The Highland Council notifies its service users and customers of its opening hours and service arrangements over the festive period.   The Highland Council Service Centre will close at 4pm on 24 December 2019.  
20/12/2019
This Christmas let's reduce our waste in Highland as much as possible!
The Highland Council is reminding householders and businesses to reduce, reuse and recycle as much as possible over the festive period to prevent unnecessary waste.   Christmas is often a time of excess waste, particularly when it comes to food.  
19/12/2019
Christmas Comes Early For Wick With Town Centre Funding BoostThumbnail for article : Christmas Comes Early For Wick With Town Centre Funding Boost
A FUNDING package worth in excess of £650,000 is in place to help in the regeneration of Wick town centre.   Wick and East Caithness councillors Raymond Bremner and Nicola Sinclair revealed the details at meeting of key stakeholders on Monday night.  
18/12/2019
Scottish Public Sector Employment
Public Sector Employment Statistics for Scotland, released by Scotland's Chief Statistician, show there were 561,500 people employed in the public sector in Scotland in September 2019.   As of September 2019, public sector employment accounted for 21.5% of total employment in Scotland and private sector employment accounted for 78.5%.  
18/12/2019
Living Wage Accreditation for Highland CouncilThumbnail for article : Living Wage Accreditation for Highland Council
The largest employer in the Highlands, has achieved Living Wage accreditation.   Highland Council which employs just over 10,270 staff across the Highland area also applies the living wage rate to apprentices.  

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