Business Plan

Northton Heritage Trust’s development of Seallam! will offer a range of benefits
• A world class visitor destination and learning centre (genealogy and Gaelic)
• Community ownership and development of a heritage resource of
significant importance to the people of the Outer Hebrides
• Development of Northton Township as a place and the creation of a
destination to encourage footfall and exploration
• The updating of current exhibits and the creation of a new, interative St
Kilda exhibit as part of the St Kilda Trail, a joined-up approach to tourism
throughout the Outer Hebrides
• Development of affordable accommodation for student research and study
together with new courses of study, particularly in Gaelic to enable local
people and those from further afield to gain qualifications
• Creation of at least 3 new full-time jobs and supporting 6 construction jobs
during development
• Enhance partnership working with a wide range of partners to deliver better
outcomes for everyone (Slighe Hiort projects across islands)
• Re energising of a cultural and events Hub on Harris
• Seallam! Oudoors A new adventure play and learning resource for Harris
celebrating its crofting history and the neighbouring SSSI (Northton Bay)
• A Tea room and public toilets
• RA “Green” and sustainable resource for the future



An Executive Summary of the Business Plan for the proposed developments at Seallam! can be downloaded from the link below.

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