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Read our latest Press releases :
–  Consultation response to the Scottish Government on its proposals for the forthcoming Circular Economy Bill 
Galloway National Park Would Boost Jobs and Protect Landscape, – a new APRS/SCNP report on the socio-economic benefits that a National Park in Galloway would bring

Read two new items on National Parks – The Potential Socio-economic Impacts of a New National Park for Galloway  and Support for Farming in National Parks

Our most recent item on HYGTB – Deposit Return Scheme Regulations 2020

 

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Excellent article in today's Times by Marion Livingston, representing A Scottish Borders National Park? but giving equal billing to the Galloway National Park Association. Marion argues convincingly that National Park designation is an "international brand that raises the profile of a region to attract visitors, pull together the businesses tapping cultural and natural assets and help economic development" ... See MoreSee Less

Excellent article in todays Times by Marion Livingston, representing A Scottish Borders National Park? but giving equal billing to the Galloway National Park Association.  Marion argues convincingly that National Park designation is an international brand that raises the profile of a region to attract visitors, pull together the businesses tapping cultural and natural assets and help economic development
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