Cooke Scotland operates in some of the most remote and beautiful areas of the UK.

Engagement with local communities and public bodies is critical to understanding local issues and to ensure potential developments are as mutually beneficial as possible.

We encourage public consultation at the earliest opportunity on all projects, as it highlights any potential issues at the start of the development process.

This allows us the potential to modify proposed developments to mitigate or eliminate such issues before applications for planning permission are submitted.

This page is where public consultation materials relating to proposed developments can be found.

All public consultations will be advertised in advance through the local press and our social media channels.

If more information is required or if you have any issues accessing materials on this site please contact us using the details at the bottom of the page.

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This consultation closes on 24/11/2021

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Vementry, Shetland

Cooke Scotland is proposing the development of a new Atlantic salmon farm to the north of the island of Vementry, in St. Magnus Bay, Shetland.


Westray and Papa Westray, Orkney

Cooke Scotland will be holding a pre-application consultation event regarding proposed changes to three of its marine fish farms around Westray and Papa Westray, Orkney.

Tuesday 28 November 2023
Westray Church of Scotland,
Upstairs Room, 6-8pm

Wednesday 29 November 2023
St Ann’s Kirk, Papa Westray, 6-8 pm

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Cooke Scotland is keen to hear from anyone with comments, queries or suggestions related to any active consultation or development proposal.

To submit comments, or to request more information, please contact us.

+44 (0)808 196 4790