Community engagement is a priority with all of our projects. Working with those affected by the A9 dualling programme is at the heart of our planning and we regularly run engagement events to consult local communities, road users, businesses and individuals as our plans are progressed.
In advance of the dualling works, a wetland habitat is to be developed at Dellmore of Kingussie. The background, proposals and ongoing work at this site are described in the Dellmore StoryMap.
You can find details of previous engagement events and exhibition material to download below:
Environmental Statement and Draft Orders – October 2018
Details of the Environmental Statement and Draft Orders for the project were displayed at the exhibitions and representatives from Transport Scotland and our consultants CFJV (CH2M Fairhurst Joint Venture) answered questions relating to the statutory processes.
Details of the Crubenmore to Kincraig public exhibitions:
- Wednesday 3 October – 12 noon to 8pm – Newtonmore Village Hall, Main Street, Newtonmore, PH20 1DA
- Thursday 4 October – 11am to 7pm – Talla Nan Ros, King Street, Kingussie, PH21 1HP
Public drop-in sessions – April 2018
Public drop-in sessions were held in Kingussie and Newtonmore to provide local communities and road users with an update on the design development since the preferred route exhibitions in March 2017.
Visitors had the opportunity to view and comment on the design development of the preferred route option, including updates on junctions, side roads, accesses and non-motorised user routes. The drop-ins also provided information on the latest plans for a bridge over the River Spey.