Publication - Consultation paper

National Islands Plan and islands communities impact assessment guidance: consultation

Published: 5 Apr 2019
Directorate:
Agriculture and Rural Economy Directorate
Part of:
Economy, Farming and rural
ISBN:
9781787816923

The Plan will set out how the Scottish Government, local authorities and other public agencies might work to improve outcomes for island communities.

26 page PDF

4.8 MB

26 page PDF

4.8 MB

Contents
National Islands Plan and islands communities impact assessment guidance: consultation
About you

26 page PDF

4.8 MB

About you

What is your name? 

What is your email address? 

Entering your email address allows you to return to edit your consultation at any time until you submit it. You will also receive an acknowledgement email when you complete the consultation.

Are you responding as an individual or an organisation? 

Individual Organisation

What is your organisation? 

If responding on behalf of an organisation, please enter the organisation's name here. 

The Scottish Government would like your permission to publish your consultation response. Please indicate your publishing preference: 

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☐ Publish response with name
☐ Publish response only (without name) 
☐ Do not publish response

Info for organisations:

The option 'Publish response only (without name)' refers only to your name, not your organisation’s name. If this option is selected, the organisation name will still be published.

If you choose the option 'Do not publish response', your organisation name may still be listed as having responded to the consultation in, for example, the analysis report.

We will share your response internally with other Scottish Government policy teams who may be addressing the issues you discuss. They may wish to contact you again in the future, but we require your permission to do so. Are you content for Scottish Government to contact you again in relation to this consultation exercise? 

(Required)    

☐ Yes
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Contact

Email: Erica.Clarkson@gov.scot