The new £40million village beside the Gaelic college at Sleat will include almost 100 new homes – from affordable to high-market seafront plots – college buildings for research and teaching, and a new conference centre. There are also plans for hotel accommodation, a retail outlet and cafe bar as well as sport facilities, a central green, and parks, paths and cycle networks.But it certainly sounds like exciting news, and I just hope they can make this work without too much of a negative impact on the local environment.
Saturday, 8 September 2012
Plans for Gàidhlig-only village on Skye
I saw this on tumblr referencing The Times (which is behind a pay wall), and the only other source I can find on this at the moment is a teaser from The Press and Journal: