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Situations Vacant: Local outdoor Access Forum Respresentatives Required

Aberdeenshire and Loch Lomond and the Trossachs local outdoor access forums are currently looking to recruit new members to represent landownership and management interests in discussions about outdoor access, including dispute resolution, in their areas.

Scottish Land & Estates are asked to fill land management representative places on all 34 of Scotland’s local outdoor access forums and vacancies come up from time to time.  If you would be interested in taking up one of these places, please contact Anne Gray, Policy Officer on 0131 653 5400 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it in the first instance.

Local outdoor access forums aim to have a balance of land management and recreational access takers, along with other relevant local community and agency representation.  It’s important that land management issues are raised and understood at a local level, so that Scotland’s access legislation can continue to be implemented in the reasonable and balanced way it was intended.  Access forums usually meet 3 or 4 times a year and membership is on a voluntary basis.


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