The Moray Firth Partnership announced that on the 29th July 2020 it has converted to a SCIO (Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation), and will become known as the Moray Firth Coastal Partnership (MFCP).
On this date all members who are currently listed as members and supporters of the Moray Firth Partnership will automatically be known as ‘Friends’ of the new SCIO and receive our newsletter, however, there is an opportunity to ‘opt-out’. Please see our website on how to do this. A copy of our new constitution can be found here.
They are looking forward to developing their membership and strongly urge you to recommend your friends and colleagues to join MFCP too.
The wider and more diverse their membership the better they can reflect and promote the needs of the Moray Firth area and be able to play a full role in developing our Vision to become the most sustainable marine region in Scotland by 2030. More information on their Vision can be found here.
New Partnership Manager Natalie Palmer
Natalie is a passionate senior environmental planner who has worked for numerous countries and legislative jurisdictions applying various planning and environmental management’s acts for private, public and academic institutions.
Leading on stakeholder engagement and community consultation activities, Natalie utilises a collaborative approach in her work. Natalie has been involved with the assessment of environmental and social risks associated with infrastructure projects; including projects located in various coastal environments in Scotland, New Zealand and Fiji.
Originally from the Beauly Firth area, Natalie is keen to apply all that she has learned to the sustainable development of the Moray Firth. This will include working to conserve the coastal environment, supporting local initiatives and promoting the enhancement of the sustainable use of our seas.