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A Strategic Framework for Scottish Aquaculture

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A Strategic Framework for Scottish Aquaculture

Appendix 1: Ministerial Working Group on Aquaculture

Allan Wilson

Deputy Minister for Environment and Rural Development, Scottish Executive ( Chair)

Lloyd Austin

RSPB, representing Scottish Environment LINK

Kenny Black

Scottish Association for Marine Science

Sandy Cumming

Highlands and Islands Enterprise

Michael Cunliffe (to November 2002)

Crown Estate

Mark Davies

British Trout Association

Stuart Elder

Bank of Scotland, representing Committee of Scottish Clearing Bankers

Phillip Gallimore

UK Agriculture Supply Trades Association

Malcolm Gillespie

Seafish Industry Authority

George Hamilton

Convention of Scottish Local Authorities

Tricia Henton (to October 2002)

Scottish Environment Protection Agency

Tom Inglis (from November 2002)

Scottish Environment Protection Agency

Jamie Lindsay

Scottish Quality Salmon

Doug McLeod

Association of Scottish Shellfish Growers

Maureen Macmillan MSP

Scottish Parliament Transport and the Environment Committee

Andrew Mallison

Marks & Spencer, representing Scottish Retail Consortium

Simon Pepper

WWF Scotland, representing Scottish Environment LINK

Ian Pritchard (from February 2003)

Crown Estate

David Sandison

Shetland Salmon Farmers' Association

John Sargent

Emeritus Professor, University of Stirling

Michael Scott

Scottish Natural Heritage

Richard Slaski

British Marine Finfish Association

Phillip Thomas

FSA Scottish Food Advisory Committee

Tony Wall

Fish Veterinary Group

Andrew Wallace

Association of Salmon Fishery Boards

Secretariat

Jinny Hutchison

Scottish Executive Environment and Rural Affairs Department ( Deputy Chair)

Gordon Brown

Scottish Executive Environment and Rural Affairs Department

Graham Thompson (to August 2002)

Scottish Executive Environment and Rural Affairs Department

Gordon Hart(from October 2002)

Scottish Executive Environment and Rural Affairs Department

Andy Rosie

Scottish Environment Protection Agency