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Keep Scotland Beautiful – Round Table Discussion

Earlier this week, Scottish Land & Estates attended a Round Table discussion with Keep Scotland Beautiful and other organisations (including NHS Scotland and Police Scotland) to discuss the continued decline in local environmental quality in communities across Scotland. Keep Scotland Beautiful provided an update on its report published in March 2016 on the decline in local environmental quality in communities across Scotland and the wider impacts this has on a range of policy areas including health and wellbeing, the economy and justice. 
Recent analysis by Keep Scotland Beautiful shows that there has been no improvement in this situation over the last year. Indeed their analysis shows there that for some of the country’s most hard-pressed communities the decline in environmental quality has continued apace.
The meeting highlighted the need for a more proactive national, regional and local leadership approach to help raise the profile of local environmental quality, the requirement for enhanced collaboration across the public, private and third sectors and the importance of engaging communities in this work.

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