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Back to Scottish Outdoor Access Code HOMEPAGE

Draft Scottish Outdoor Access Code Consultation:

Land-Care's contribution to more openness over the responses.

Editorial

Filed 03 Oct 03
© www.land-care.org.uk

In order to facilitate access to the responses received by SNH to its Draft Scottish Outdoor Access Code, Land-Care would be pleased to respond to requests from its readers for a copy of the excel spreadsheet that SNH has sent us. It will enable readers to search for the names of organisations, groups or individuals who have submitted responses to SNH and who have indicated no objection to their responses being in the public domain. Full postal addresses, email addresses, telephone and fax numbers are not given.

Once a reader has researched what responses he or she wishes to read - and has identifed their numbers in the filing system - then a visit to an appropriate SNH office is likely to be much more fruitful.

It is suggested that readers may wish to contact SNH in the first instance, but in case of delays or other difficulties Land-Care would be pleased to provide this service. The purpose is to provide information and insight into the concerns expressed by the respondents and should have considerable educational value.

Land-Care would be pleased to publish on its website full responses as submitted to SNH if respondents wish to send Land-Care an electronic copy of their original submission, together with a statement that they agree to it being published on the Lnad-Care website.

At the time of writing the National Farmers Union of Scotland (1) and the Royal Insitution of Chartered Surveyors in Scotland (2) have agreed that their responses to the Code be published on Land-Care. The Scottish Agricultural College (SAC) has given verbal agreeement and Land-Care awaits receiving from them the electronic copy for publication. The Scottish Landowners Federation have, however, refused.

References

1. NFUS (2003). NFUS response to SNH Draft Scottish Access Code.
See Scottish Outdoor Access HOMEPAGE, Filed 3 Oct 03, www.land-care.org.uk, Click here to view.

2. RCSS (2003). RICSS response to SNH Draft Scottish Access Code.
See Scottish Outdoor Access HOMEPAGE, Filed 3 Oct 03, www.land-care.org.uk, Click here to view.

Information Currently available on Land-Care

List of responses in pdf format in the order in which they were received by SNH. Click here to view

List of categories of responses in pdf format as determined by SNH according to the interests stated by respondents. Click here to view