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Land Rights and Responsibilities Statement Consultation Analysis

Description
ISBN9781788511797
Official Print Publication Date
Website Publication DateSeptember 14, 2017

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ISBN 978 1 78851 179 7 (web only publication)
PPDAS 270327

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Contents

1. Executive Summary
Views on the Statement’s Policy Context
Views on the Statement’s Human Rights Based Approach
Views on the Statement’s Vision
Views on the Statement’s Principles
Principle 1
Principle 2
Principle 3
Principle 4
Principle 5
Principle 6
Further comments
Impact assessment

2. Introduction
Consultation responses
Analysis of responses

3. Views on the Statement’s Policy Context
Question 1: Have we captured the range of policy areas to which you think the land rights and responsibilities statement should be relevant?
General commentary on the policy context
Suggestions for additions to the policy context table

4. Views on the Statement’s Human Rights Based Approach
Question 2a: Do you agree with the Scottish Government’s proposed “human rights based approach” to the Land Rights and Responsibilities Statement?
Question 2b: Please give any further thoughts on the best way to ensure that the Statement is based on human rights or gives full consideration to human rights.
Views on the benefits of a human rights based approach to the Statement
Views on ensuring that the Statement is based on human rights or gives full consideration to human rights
Views on omissions from the Statement in relation to a human rights based approach
Views on challenges to the Statement promoting human rights
Views of respondents opposed to a human rights based approach to the Statement

5. Views on the Vision of the Land Rights and Responsibilities Statement
Question 3: Do you agree with the vision of the Land Rights and Responsibilities Statement? Please provide comments.
General supportive views
Views on the vision title
Views on the body of the Vision
General critical views

6. Views on Principle 1 of the Land Rights and Responsibilities Statement
Question 4: Do you agree with Principle 1 of the Land Rights and Responsibilities Statement? Please provide comments.
General views in support of Principle 1
Views on possible additions to Principle 1
Views on realising Principle 1
Views opposing Principle 1

7. Views on Principle 2 of the Land Rights and Responsibilities Statement
Question 5: Do you agree with Principle 2 of the Land Rights and Responsibilities Statement? Please provide comments.
General views in support of Principle 2
Views on realising Principle 2
Queries emerging
Views opposing Principle 2

8. Views on Principle 3 of the Land Rights and Responsibilities Statement
Question 6: Do you agree with Principle 3 of the Land Rights and Responsibilities Statement? Please provide comments.
General views in support of Principle 3
Views on possible additions to Principle 3
Views on realising Principle 3
Views opposing Principle 3

9. Views on Principle 4 of the Land Rights and Responsibilities Statement
Question 7: Do you agree with Principle 4 of the Land Rights and Responsibilities Statement? Please provide comments.
General views in support of Principle 4
Views on possible additions to Principle 4
Views on strengthening Principle 4

10. Views on Principle 5 of the Land Rights and Responsibilities Statement
Question 8: Do you agree with Principle 5 of the Land Rights and Responsibilities Statement? Please provide comments.
General views in support of Principle 5
Views on possible additions to Principle 5
Views on realising Principle 5
Views on the limitations of Principle 5

11. Views on Principle 6 of the Land Rights and Responsibilities Statement
Question 9: Do you agree with Principle 6 of the Land Rights and Responsibilities Statement? Please provide comments.
General views in support of Principle 6
Views on possible additions to Principle 6
Views on realising Principle 6
Views on the limitations of Principle 6

12. Case Studies Illustrating the Vision or Principles
Question 10: We would like to hear real life stories about the relationship between Scotland’s land and people. Please provide any case studies which you feel illustrate the vision or principles.

13. Any Further Comments
Question 11: Do you have any further comments?
General views
Views on the Statement’s ambition
Views on practicalities
Views on omissions or the need for greater emphasis
Views on language/phrasing
Views on implementation
Views on monitoring and evaluation

14. Impact Assessment
Question 12: Please tell us about any potential impacts, either positive or negative, that you consider the proposals in this consultation may have.
Question 13: Please tell us about any potential costs and burdens that you think may arise as a result of the proposals in this consultation.
Question 14: Please tell us about any potential impacts, either positive or negative, that you consider that any of the proposals in this consultation may have on the environment.

Annex 1: Proposed Land Rights and Responsibilities Statement: Vision and Principles

Annex 2: Case Studies Illustrating the Vision or Principles (in response to Question 10).

Annex 3: Respondents to the Consultation