Talk Talk closing their facility in Stornoway

Having just heard yesterday about Talk Talk closing their facility in Stornoway it seems to me that there needs to be discussions around this decision which apparently looks like it has come out of the blue and will have an adverse impact on the island, the economy and more importantly the 59 individuals that are employed by the company.
59 job losses in an island town is massive and will impact on the whole community.
My heart goes out to all these dedicated employees. The company say they are centralising and moving the jobs to Salford in Manchester with little dialogue with the workforce, trade unions or wider community.
It is my understanding that this company was financially supported by HIE, and if so, we need to know if HIE can clawback that investment.
I am writing today to HIE asking what support they gave and whether there us an opportunity to claw this back if this decision is not reversed.
I have also spoken to the company and advised them of the impact this decision will have on the local population and the wider economy. They are adamant that they will not reverse this decision but are offering their staff relocation to Salford. However, I am keen to find out if similar work can be procured for the staff involved and whether HIE have looked into that.
I will also table Parliamentary Questions asking the Scottish Government what action they are taking to support the 59 people who have lost their jobs. I have also asked when they knew of this decision and whether they had any discussions with the company in order to try and retain these jobs
59 jobs in an island community would be comparable to hundreds in an urban area and action needs to be taken to help those involved.