• Welcome to your Fort William area Community Council

    in the Outdoor Capital of the UK

Fort William Inverlochy Torlundy Community Council

What do we do ?

We discuss lots of issues which effect our day to day lives in this area.

A82-A830 Relief Road, FW2040, Planning Applications,   Council services, The Belford Hospital re-design, POTHOLES !

Community Councils in Scotland are statutory consultees on all Planning matters and so we can reflect the views of our community about Planning Applications or make a comment ourselves.

Fort William Inverlochy & Torlundy CC meets on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 7pm.
Since LOCK-DOWN meetings have been held online but we are hopeful that public meetings can be held in Fort William soon.

Click the link below to view Agendas and Minutes of our meetings.

View our agendas and minutes


Community Councils in Scotland are statutory consultees in all planning matters. To learn more about planning we intend to provide more information to help residents understand how Planning works – or is supposed to work.

Community Support

During Lock-down FITCC has been supporting those in most need of food and support in our community…


FITCC elected members hate litter. Litter is a BIG problem in our SMALL community. We need solutions, including educating consumers why they should not drop their one-off use, antisocial food packaging.

We think retailers should be educated too. Retailers should be encouraged to educate their customers.

Why would anyone want to leave their human waste in our lay-bys and forest car parks ??

What kind of people do this ??

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About Community Councils ?

Fort William Community Council and Inverlochy & Torlundy Community Council merged in 2019 after a consultation with Community Councils by The Highland Council.

Fort William Inverlochy and Torlundy Community CouncilFITCC is your elected local community council established to represent the views and interests of the community. Find out about our history.

Community councils are required to be established by local authorities. They are the most local tier of statutory representation in Scotland. They bridge the gap between local authorities and communities and help to make public bodies aware of the opinions and needs of the communities they represent. Community councils are statutory consultees under various processes, such as for planning applications