AGM - Wednesday 8 June 2016 in James Milne Institute at 7.30 pm
All welcome - please note only members have a vote.
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On the 3rd March 2016 the Company TFVCC took ownership of the Novar Estates residual land in Findhorn.
The Board would like to invite you to a celebratory cheese and wine evening on the 8th April 2016 in the James Milne Institute at 7.30 pm. There will an opportunity to view the maps of the land, bay and foreshore. This event is open to members, associate members and anyone who has an interest in the future of the village.
The purpose of the meeting is to highlight the achievement and to update you on the company progress and plans.
The Board of Directors would like to thank all who have supported us through this challenging process. We hope that you are pleased with the outcome. The continued success of the company is dependent on a strong membership and ongoing consultation.
Membership application forms will be available at this meeting, but can also be obtained at any time from the Company Secretary at the address below or by downloading here.
The Findhorn Village Conservation Company
TFVCC (The Findhorn Village Conservation Company) is a community led and controlled company limited by guarantee with charitable status. We were set up in 2011 and our membership is open to anyone on the electoral roll living in the postcodes of Findhorn village.
Across Scotland, land is being bought by communities who wish to remove the uncertainty inherent in private ownership. Land ownership by the community will unlock tangible assets, but it is the intangible skill and determination of people that will see opportunities and accomplish projects - for Findhorn village we will need both.
With strong community backing we applied to the Scottish Land fund and have been successful in our bid to buy the residual Novar Estates land in Findhorn. Currently our solicitors are in the process of finalising the conveyancing, which will be completed by the end of March 2016.
"Good place-making can provide communities with an important cultural context; a sense of pride and belonging; and a sense of local and national identity. It can provide environments which function well; link well with surrounding settlements and provide attractive areas in which to socialise, to move around and to do business."
The Findhorn village photograph courtesy of Coast2Coast Architects, Findhorn