Publication - Consultation paper

Forestry and Land Scotland draft corporate plan 2022 - 2025: consultation

Published: 11 Oct 2021

Forestry and Land Scotland has developed a draft corporate plan which sets out the proposed direction of travel and priorities for the organisation for the next three years. The consultation seeks the views of all who have an interest in the national forests and land.

Forestry and Land Scotland draft corporate plan 2022 - 2025: consultation
12. Consultation Questions

12. Consultation Questions

Question 1: About FLS

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To what extent do you agree that the Corporate Plan provides a good overview of the organisation and structure of Forestry and Land Scotland?

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Question 2: Outcome 1- Supporting a sustainable economy

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To what extent do you agree with Outcome 1 By 2025: FLS supports a sustainable economy by managing the national forests and land in a way that encourages sustainable business growth, development opportunities, jobs and investments?

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To what extent do you agree the actions for delivery will be sufficient to deliver Outcome 1?

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Question 3: Outcome 2-Looking after Scotland’s national forests and land

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To what extent do you agree with Outcome 2 By 2025: Scotland’s national forests and land are looked after, resilient to climate change and their biodiversity is protected and enhanced?

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To what extent do you agree the actions for delivery will be sufficient to deliver Outcome 2?

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Question 4: Outcome 3- National forests and land for visitors and communities

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To what extent do you agree with Outcome 3 By 2025: Everyone can visit and enjoy Scotland’s national forests and land to connect with nature, have fun, benefit their health and wellbeing and have the opportunity to engage in our community decision making?

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To what extent do you agree the actions for delivery will be sufficient to deliver Outcome 3?

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Question 5: Outcome 4- A supportive, safe and inclusive organisation

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To what extent do you agree with Outcome 4 By 2025: FLS is a supportive, safe and inclusive organisation that provides exciting careers, professional development and strives to be an employer of choice?

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To what extent do you agree the actions for delivery will be sufficient to deliver Outcome 4?

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Question 6: Outcome 5- A high performing organisation

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To what extent do you agree with Outcome 5 By 2025: FLS is recognised as a high performing, efficient and effective, financially sustainable organisation that continues to transform and adapt?

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To what extent do you agree the actions for delivery will be sufficient to deliver Outcome 5?

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Question 7- Overview of the outcomes

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To what extent do you agree the Corporate Plan provides a sufficient strategic overview of the types of work we will deliver over the next three years?

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Please use this space to comment further on the coverage of the outcomes

Q8a: Diversity and inclusion

Are there any key issues or opportunities we should consider to make sure that the Corporate Plan works for different equality groups or for people from different socio-economic backgrounds?

Q8b: Diversity and inclusion

Yes / No / Not sure

Do you think any of the outcomes or actions in the Corporate Plan will impact differently on people who share protected characteristics? (for example, in relation to their age, disability, gender, pregnancy/maternity, marital status, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief).

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If you answered ‘yes’, please use this space to comment further on how the outcomes or actions in the Corporate Plan will impact differently on people who share protected characteristics

Q9: Final comments

Please use this space to provide any other comments you think are relevant to the Corporate Plan.


Contact

Email: corporate@forestryandland.gov.scot