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The Highland Council has reviewed its core paths plan as permitted by Section 20(1) of the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003, as amended.  Following this review The Highland Council is proposing a number of amendments to the core paths plan for the areas of Caithness and Sutherland.  The amendments proposed have been published as The Highland Council Core Paths Plan (Caithness and Sutherland) Amended.
This amended core paths plan is available for viewing on-line at .  Paper copies for viewing will be at the main Council offices in Wick and Golspie and also at the Council headquarters at Glenurquhart Road, Inverness.  The existing core paths plan can be seen at these offices as well as on-line at where there is also a link through to the consultation.
Representations can be made on-line through the Council’s consultation portal,  Representations will be accepted up to 17:00hrs on the 30 March 2018.
Objections and representations are only being accepted on the amendments proposed to the existing core paths plan.  These amendments are referenced in the published amended core paths plan with a unique reference number and name.  Objections and representations should indicate a proposed amendment by the reference number(s) and it should be used in any responses.



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