Currit da thieys theayagh ec ynnyd y stashoon-barroose
Ta'n Rheynn Bun-Troggalys currit da feasyley ynnyd y stashoon-barroose ayns Rhumsaa, ry-hoi lhiasaghey thieys theayagh.
Shen reir Ray Harmer, y Shirveishagh Bun-Troggalys.
Ec çhaglym y Chiare as Feed y laa jea, hug eh y naight jerrinagh da olteynyn mychione y stashoon-barroose sy traa ry-heet, as yn Eddyr-Çhyndaa Ymmyrkey Rhumsaa ta treealit.
Dooyrt Mnr Harmer dy vel e rheynn smooinaghtyn mychione skeim ny smoo fastagh na va shen treealit roish shoh, as dy jean ad gobbraghey dy jeean marish sleih ta kianlt seose sy skeim, er plannyn son y traa ry-heet.
Ta'n Shirveishagh gra dy nhare lhieu garraghey yn stashoon gys boayl elley.
Commitment to social housing on bus station site
The Department of Infrastructure is committed to releasing the bus station site in Ramsey for the development of social housing.
That's according the Infrastructure Minister Ray Harmer.
During yesterday's sitting of the House of Keys, he gave members an update on the future of the existing bus station, and the proposed Ramsey Transport Interchange.
Mr Harmer said his department is considering a more modest scheme than previously proposed, and will work closely with local stakeholders on future plans.
The Minister says moving the station elsewhere is the preferred option.