Stakeholder Advisory Group on the Crown Estate (SAGCE)


This group operated between 2015 and 2022. It is no longer active.

The Stakeholder Advisory Group on the Crown Estate (SAGCE) was established in 2015. It has provided a forum for all those stakeholders with an interest in the devolution of the management and revenues of Crown Estate assets in Scotland to outline their views on interim arrangements for those functions, and a long-term framework for the management of assets. The stakeholder advisory group has met on eight occasions to date, with additional sub-group workshops having taken place on land, coastal and marine issues in Perth, Edinburgh and Glasgow respectively.

Meeting papers from 2015-2019 are available on the archive.


  • Aberdeen City Council
  • Association of Scottish Shellfish Growers
  • British Marine Scotland
  • Carbon Capture and Storage Association
  • Comhairle nan Eilean Siar
  • Community Land Scotland
  • Crown Estate Scotland (Interim Management)
  • European Subsea Cables Association
  • Highlands and Islands Enterprise
  • NFU Scotland
  • Oil and Gas UK
  • Orkney Islands Council
  • Royal Town Planning Institute Scotland
  • Royal Yachting Association Scotland
  • Scottish Anglers National Association
  • Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage Association
  • Scottish Enterprise
  • Scottish Fishermen's Federation
  • Scottish Land and Estates
  • Scottish Ports Group
  • Scottish Renewables
  • Scottish Salmon Producers’ Organisation
  • Scottish Tenant Farmers' Association
  • Shellfish Association of Great Britain
  • Shetland Islands Council
  • The Highland Council
  • Tobermory Harbour Association
  • UK Major Ports Group
  • West Highland Anchorages and Moorings Association

From the Scottish Government:

  • Directorate for Agriculture and Rural Economy
  • Directorate for Culture, Tourism and Major Events
  • Directorate for Energy and Climate Change
  • Directorate for Environment and Forestry
  • Directorate for Financial Management
  • Directorate for Local Government and Communities
  • Directorate for Marine Scotland
  • Transport Scotland


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