Initial Response to Draft Land Use Strategy

5th November 2010

This briefing contains Scottish Environment LINK’s initial response to the Scottish Government’s draft Land Use Strategy consultation

The draft Land Use Strategy (LUS) is a ‘direction setter’ and aspirational document, not a strategy with clear goals and action. LINK welcomes many of the ideas and statements within the draft LUS but believes that it is weak in its vision, goals and action, and it lacks specific commitments. In its current form, it is unlikely to move Scotland towards more sustainable use of land resources and the optimal delivery of multiple benefits, such as GHG emission reduction, increased physical activity, resilient communities and diverse local economies…

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