East Nairnshire Community Organisation

REGISTERED CHARITY NUMBER: SC049756

Registered as Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation

Welcome We are the East Nairnshire Community Organisation, known for short as ENCOMM. We are a fully registered Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) set up to oversee the community benefit payments arising from the Tom Nan Clach Wind Farm development. Our principle charitable aims are: To advance citizenship or community development, including rural regeneration. To improve the quality of life, health, well-being and independence and to reduce social isolation of residents by reason of age, ill-health, disability or social circumstances. To advance environmental protection or improvement, including maintenance, improvement or provision of environmental amenities, for the Community and the public. We are run by a Board of Trustees elected by the membership. We are here to serve our community; to encourage ideas and to support making the projects you want to see happen.
Membership Membership is open to all residents of East Nairnshire aged 16 or over. It is free to join. This entitles voting rights at the Annual General Meeting and to voice ideas as to how ENCOMM can best serve the community. To join click Here.
See Our Step-by-Step Application Process See Our Latest News Our Publications Contact Us for More Information
Information regarding the Tom nan Clach Proposed Extension can be found on the news page - Here
At our last meeting the Trustees decided to make grants available to house owners faced with bills for upgrading fire alarm systems under the new legislation. This must be done by Feb 2022. If you are not aware of the requirement please visit

https://www.gov.scot/news/changes-to-fire-safety-

laws/

Broadband Issues Developments are occurring in the area and we are looking at ways of passing on some of the information gleaned from various sources. Following the Scottish Governments announcement of the award of the North contract, there is a Post Code checker Here to see when you might be included in the fibre rollout across the Highland region.
Fornighy Hall deveopments have been moved to the Ongoing projects page under the grant tab.
East Nairnshire Community Organisation
East Nairnshire Community Organisation
Welcome We are the East Nairnshire Community Organisation, known for short as ENCOMM. We are a fully registered Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) set up to oversee the community benefit payments arising from the Tom Nan Clach Wind Farm development. Our principle charitable aims are: To advance citizenship or community development, including rural regeneration. To improve the quality of life, health, well-being and independence and to reduce social isolation of residents by reason of age, ill-health, disability or social circumstances. To advance environmental protection or improvement, including maintenance, improvement or provision of environmental amenities, for the Community and the public. We are run by a Board of Trustees elected by the membership. We are here to serve our community; to encourage ideas and to support making the projects you want to see happen.
Membership Membership is open to all residents of East Nairnshire aged 16 or over. It is free to join. This entitles voting rights at the Annual General Meeting and to voice ideas as to how ENCOMM can best serve the community. To join click Here.
See Our Step-by-Step Application Process See Our Latest News Our Publications Contact Us for More Information
Information regarding the proposed Tom nan Clach extension can be found on our News page HERE.
At our last meeting the Trustees decided to make grants available to house owners faced with bills for upgrading fire alarm systems under the new legislation. This must be done by Feb 2022. If you are not aware of the requirement please visit

https://www.gov.scot/news/changes-to-fire-

safety-laws/

Broadband Issues Developments are occurring in the area and we are looking at ways of passing on some of the information gleaned from various sources. Following the Scottish Governments announcement of the award of the North contract, there is a Post Code checker Here to see when you might be included in the fibre rollout across the Highland region.