The primary purpose of the South Cowal Community Council is to find out, collate and express the views of the community and to make local authorities and other public bodies aware of the opinions, needs and preferences of the community.

Community Councils form the most local tier of statutory representation in Scotland. They were originally created by the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973 and were intended to bridge the gap between local authorities. There are currently around 1160 active community councils in Scotland.

This website aims to give you information about the work that the Community Council is doing on behalf of South Cowal. But we really want to hear from you with your suggestions for improving the area, about issues and problems, and about how your area is developing.

Please direct all communications to: Eleanor Stevenson, Convenor

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