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Kenneth Shade's response to SNH Draft Scottish Outdoor Access Code

Kenneth Mitchell Shade

Filed 27 Dec 03
www.land-care.org.uk

Easter Bavelaw Farm, owned by Kenneth Shade, is situated within the Pentlands National Park, close to Edinburgh. He has kindly sent Land-Care a copy of his response dated 23 June 03 to the SNH Draft Scottish Outdoor Access Code.

Email from Kenneth Shade to editor@land-care.org.uk (Click Here to View)

His response in full to the SNH Draft Scottish Outdoor Access Code (Click Here to View) pdf

The reference number of Kenneth Shade's response on the SNH spreadsheet listing the responses they received is B 0506 X. The B indicates that SNH classified him as an individual land manager/factor. The X that he is a respondent from Scotland.

The list of the 1362 responses in the chronological order in which they were received at SNH (Click Here to View). Large file - please be patient.

Classification of responses by SNH (Click Here to View).

Individuals who were land managers/factors submitted the largest proportion of the total responses at 32.9%, far exceeding any other group whose interests were specified. The runner up was individual recreation users at 9.6%. An amorphous group including individuals who either expressed an affiliation to multiple interests or to no particular interest accounted for 26.2.% of the responses.

Some Responses reproduced verbatim on Land-Care

A list of Responses from individuals and organisations who have kindly sent their responses to be published on Land-Care is given below:

Scottish Agricultural College (2003). SAC response to SNH Draft Outdoor Access Code Consultation: Professor D. Atkinson, Vice Principal SAC
See SOAC Homepage, filed 10 Oct 03, www.land-care.org.uk (Click Here to View).
SNH ref V 00398 X

National Farmers Union of Scotland (2003). NFUS Response to SNH Draft Scottish Outdoor Access Code.
See SOAC Homepage, filed 10 Oct 03, www.land-care.org.uk (Click Here to View)
SNH ref H 0310 X

Scottish Countryside Alliance (2003). SCA response to SNH Scottish Outdoor Access Code consultation.
See SOAC Homepage, filed 23 Oct 03, www.land-care.org.uk (Click Here to View)
SNH ref M 0852 X

Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors of Scotland (2003). RICS Scotland's Response to SNH Draft Scottish Outdoor Access Code
See SOAC Homepage, filed 3 Oct 03, www.land-care.org.uk (Click Here to View)

Cox, Peter and Patricia (2003). Glendoick response to SNH draft Scottish Outdoor Access Code consultation
See SOAC Homepage, filed 11 Oct 03, www.land-care.org.uk (Click Here to View)
SNH ref X 0358 X

Mylius, Andrew (2003). Response to Consultation on Draft Scottish Outdoor Access Code.
See SOAC Homepage, filed 6 Oct 03, www.land-care.org.uk (Click Here to View)
SNH ref B 0294 X

Macleod, Kirsty (2003). Mrs Kirsty Macleod's response to SNH draft Scottish Outdoor Access Code consultation
See SOAC Homepage, filed 11 Oct 03, www.land-care.org.uk (Click Here to View)
SNH ref B 1301 X

Lord Burton (2003). Lord Burton's response to SNH draft Scottish Outdoor Access Code consultation
See SOAC Homepage, filed 27 Oct 03, www.land-care.org.uk (Click Here to View)
SNH ref B 0049 X

Shade, Kenneth (2003). Kenneth Shade's response to the SNH draft Scottish Outdoor Access Code.
See
SOAC Homepage, filed 27 Dec 03, www.land-care.org.uk (Click Here to View)
SNH ref B 0506 X

Irvine, James (2003). Response to SNH Draft Scottish Outdoor Access Code.
From the perspective of a livestock/arable farm next to an urban settlement.
See SOAC Homepage, filed 28 June 03, www.land-care.org.uk (Click Here to View)
SNH ref B 0956 X

 

Anyone wishing to have the response they submitted to SNH regarding the Draft Scottish Outdoor Access Code in relation to the consultation (period which ended shortly after 30th June 03) should contact editor@land-care.org.uk as soon as possible.