Isabelle Mackenzie

Isabelle has worked in a variety of roles in business, including as a Company Director and in the Tourism sector, and is now committed full-time to her role as one of the Councillors for Ward 16, Inverness Millburn.

Contact details: C/o Highland Council, Council Headquarters, Glenurquhart Road, Inverness, IV3 5NX.
Council Email: isabelle.mackenzie.cllr@highland.gov.uk
Mobile: 07787 007816

Isabelle sits on the following Highland Council committees:

  • Care, Learning and Housing Committee
  • City of Inverness Area Committee
  • South Planning Applications Committee (Substitute)

The Highland Council webpage for Isabelle Mackenzie is at https://www.highland.gov.uk/councillors/39/isabelle_mackenzie

News

New Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge opened at Stoneyfield

Scottish Conservative Councillor Isabelle MacKenzie was one of two Inverness Councillors at the official opening of the new pedestrian and cycle bridge at Stoneyfield, connecting the Inverness Retail Park and Stoneyfield Business centre.  The bridge also links up with the route to the UHI Campus,

Councillor MacKenzie Supporting Ashton Farm Concerns

Inverness Councillor Isabelle MacKenzie is continuing to support local farmers concerned about dogs worrying livestock, and is asking the UHI to do more to deter students from placing themselves at risk by entering the delivery bay area of the Retail Park, north of the new campus.  Managers at th

Councillor MacKenzie supports Inverness farmers

Inverness Councillor Isabelle MacKenzie is calling for action from Highlands and Islands Enterprise, UHI and Highland Council to prevent a recurrence of a horrendous incident at Ashton Farm near Inverness Retail Park and the UHI Campus on the 18th of September.  After running off from their owner

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