Our responses, policies and statements on topics relevant to our aims

11/08/2017  Response to Planning Position Statement
Our response to the Scottish Government’s ‘Places, People and Planning’ Position Statement

07/07/2017  Objection to Lossit Point fish hatchery
Our response to Argyll and Bute Council on this proposed development

28/06/2017  Objection to Knockendurrick Wind Farm
Our response to Dumfries and Galloway Council on this proposed development

24/05/2017  SCNP  & APRS National Parks Parliamentary Briefing
Input to the debate at the Scottish Parliament on 24th May

31/08/2016  Castlemains Farm, Dirleton, East Lothian 
Objection to planning application for the erection of 32 houses and 4 flats 

03/03/2016  Cromarty Firth Oil Transfer Licence Application
Our letter to the Maritime and Coastguard Agency stating our objections to this application. Read the application  

27/11/2015  Planning Review
Response to Scottish Government consultation

29/10/2015  Making Things Last
Response to Scottish Government consultation

25/06/2015  Deposit Return System
Submission to Zero Waste Scotland Call for Evidence

10/02/2015  Parliamentary Petition
The petition is now closed but click on the link to see comments etc.

09/02/2015  Wind Farm Developments
Joint letter to the press from APRS and four other bodies

08/01/2015  Landscapes for Everyone
We support this shared vision on the importance of landscape

18/12/2014  Windy Edge Wind Farm
Letter of objection to Scottish Borders Council

10/10/2014  Helensburgh Wind Farm
Letter of objection to Argyll & Bute Council

04/06/2014  Pentland Hills Regional Park
Response supporting Christine Grahame MSP’s proposal to extend the Regional Park

30/01/2014  National Planning Framework 3
Written Evidence to Scottish Parliament Rural Affairs, Climate Change and Environment Committee

13/12/2012  Wind Energy Developments Policy and a report by John Mackay which APRS recommends Scotland’s Beauty at Risk

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