Agenda papers have been published by the Council of the Isles of Scilly for the next Finance Audit & Scrutiny Committee meeting.​

Among the agenda items is the Medium Term Capital Programme 2016-2021 that shows £860,000 of reserves allocated for various long-term projects.


The bulk of this figure is the £600,000 set aside for the demolition of Carn Thomas this winter.


It is hoped the demolition will make the site more attractive to prospective developers, particularly those who were put off the site by not knowing what lies beneath, or within the walls.


This uncertainty had raised development estimates by a few million pounds.


The meeting takes place on Tuesday at 6.30pm in the Wesleyan Chapel and the public are welcome to attend.


You can view the full agenda on the Council website.

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