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Regional Land Use Partnerships - Public Feedback

Decisions on the way our land is managed and used can impact everyone. The Scottish Government has committed to establishing Regional Land Use Partnerships (RLUPs) to maximise the contribution Scotland’s land plays in regional economic development and meeting climate change goals.

The Scottish Land Commission is currently preparing advice for Ministers on how best to establish new Regional Land Use Partnerships to drive this action.

We have worked with stakeholders to develop proposals for how we think RLUPs could work in practice, and we are now inviting individuals to contribute their views before advice to Ministers is finalised in September.

You are invited to share your views on RLUP proposals here:

The survey will remain open until Monday 17 August 2020.




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