Rural Planning Policy to 2050: research findings

Findings from research commissioned to inform preparation of the next version of Scotland’s National Planning Framework, NPF4.

Annex C List of Interviewees

Bill Barron (Chief Executive) & Finlay Beaton (Grazings Manager) – joint interview
Crofting Commission

Amanda Burgauer
Chair, Scottish Rural Action

Robbie Calvert
Policy and Practice Officer, Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) Scotland

Ian Cooke
Director, Development Trusts Association Scotland

Gemma Cooper
Head of Policy Team, National Farmers’ Union Scotland

Marc Crothall
Chief Executive Officer, Scottish Tourism Alliance

Alex Downie
Development Manager (Enterprise & Development), Coalfields Regeneration Trust

Camille Dressler
Chair, Scottish Islands Federation

Prof. Russell Griggs
Chair, South of Scotland Economic Partnership

Angus Hardie
Director, Scottish Community Alliance

Jon Hollingdale
Chief Executive, Community Woodlands Association

Jonathan Hopkins
Research Scientist, James Hutton Institute

Zoe Laird (Regional Head of Communities Infrastructure), Sandra Homes (Head of Community Assets), Neil Ross (Head of Community Growth) – group interview
Highlands & Islands Enterprise

Euan Leitch
Director, Built Environment Forum Scotland

Fabrice Leveque
Senior Policy Manager, Scottish Renewables

Derek Logie
Chief Executive, Rural Housing Scotland

Deborah Long
Chief Officer, Scottish Environment LINK

Dr Calum MacLeod
Policy Director, Community Land Scotland

Ronnie MacRae
Chief Executive Officer, Highland Small Communities Housing Trust

Alison Milne
co-Chair, National Council of Rural Advisors

Penny Montgomerie
Chief Executive, Scottish Association of Young Farmers Clubs

Gavin Mowat
Policy Advisor (Rural Communities), Scottish Land and Estates

David Richardson
Highlands & Islands Development Manager, FSB Scotland

Suzanne Shearer
Development Planning Sub-Committee Chair, Heads of Planning Scotland

Mike Staples
Dumfries and Galloway Small Communities Housing Trust

Hamish Trench
Chief Executive, Scottish Land Commission

David Wood
Planning and Policy Manager, PAS



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