Ward Contact Details

 

Inverness West Ward is a 3 member ward. The  councillors  for the ward are:

  • Alex Graham (Liberal Democrat Focus Team)
  • Allan Duffy (SNP)
  • Graham Ross (Independent)

Alex, Allan and Graham work together in full co-operation in the interests of Inverness West. Local residents are free to contact any of their councillors if there is a complaint or problem they wish to raise. If the matter is personal or concerns an individual or just one household, it may be better to contact only one of the councillors be contacted about the matter to avoid confusion or uncertainty about what is happening. This can be any one of the three councillors. If it is an issue affecting a number of people or a wider area, it may be appropriate to contact more than one of the councillors about it.

Alex Graham

Contact details for Alex Graham are as follows:

9 Rangemore Road
Inverness
IV3 5EA
Tel: 01463 241148 (has answering service)
Mobile: 07774 337710 Fax: 0871 251 1463

 

Lib Dems Office:
50 Seafield Road
Inverness
IV1 1SG
Phone: 01463 711344

(The office, which is open during normal office hours, will take messages and pass them to Alex.)

Alan Duffy

Contact details for Allan Duffy are as follows:

47 Craigton Avenue
Inverness
IV3 8AZ
Mobile: 07557 566538

Graham Ross

Contact details for Graham Ross:

5 Ardness Place
Inverness
IV2 4QJ
Mobile: 07557 566542

Inverness West Ward Information Page

Useful information about Inverness West is all gathered together in one page at:

http://www.highland.gov.uk/yourcouncil/yourward/ward14/

COMMUNITY COUNCILS

The following Community Councils each cover part of Inverness West Ward:

BALLIFEARY Secretary: Mrs S Robertson, Heathmount, 2 Bishops Road, Inverness, IV3 5SD

INVERNESS WEST Chairman: Mr G Hawco, Dallaurach, Abriachan, Inverness, IV3 8LB

MUIRTOWN Secretary: Ms R Macleod, Sealbhach, 13 King Brude Terrace, Inverness, IV3 8PT

DALNEIGH & COLUMBA Secretary: Mr B Kane, 13 St Ninian Drive, Inverness, IV3 5AT

Community Councils represent the views of the community to The Highland Council and other public bodies operating in their area. They act to further the interests of their communities and are consulted on planning applications within their area and can object to the granting, renewal or transfer of liquor licences.

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