Environmental Directory

Welcome to HEN's Environmental Directory.

The purpose of this Environmental Directory is to create an on-line searchable tool which lists charitable organisations, voluntary groups, NGO's and commercial businesses within the Highland Council area that deliver environmental and/or sustainable services or activity.
If you would like to be listed on HEN's Environmental Directory then please submit your organisation here.
Once your submission has been approved by the Administrator your details will appear in the Environmental Directory. If, at any time, you wish to be removed from the Directory then simply email us with the subject heading "Remove from HEN Directory"

Ormlie Community Association

Website:    www.ormlie.org
Ormlie Community Association (OCA) has spearheaded a regeneration project for the last 10 years, addressing a wide range of social, environmental and economic problems linked to the Ormlie estate. The area was designated a social inclusion area and was hugely stigmatised by lack of investment and support from the statutory agencies. Through hard work and determination by OCA, the Ormlie estate is now no longer in the top 15% of Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD) figures.
OCA works with all sectors of the community to help develop the skills and knowledge of residents thus empowering them to have a voice in their community. We also work with a range of agencies/partners to help bring about change to the estate through project specific initiatives.
Council area:    Caithness
Contact:    Helen Allan
Email:    hallan@ormlie.org
Telephone:    01847 891789
Sectors:    Transition towns
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