Views are being sought on the Sea of the Outer Hebrides project.

A survey has been launched on the project, which aims to deliver a management plan for the marine region.

Everyone who lives in the Outer Hebrides is invited to have a say on the future of their seas.  The survey is available in both English and Gaelic and will take around 10-15 minutes to complete. 

Stornoway-based Seas of the Outer Hebrides Project Officer Charlie Main said: “By completing our survey you will help us better understand how your community values the sea, what the key issues are, and how we might collectively approach making decisions about marine nature conservation in the future.

"The survey sits alongside the work we are currently doing with key stakeholders including fishing representatives and community groups. The survey results will be key element in reshaping the approach to marine nature conservation in the Outer Hebrides.”

The survey can be taken here.