APRS Resources

  • Energy, landscape and planning FAQs

    As Scotland moves towards a more sustainable, net zero energy system, where we place renewable energy infrastructure and how communities

  • Historic Environment Scotland Reply

    This is the reply from Historic Environment Scotland after we expressed concerns over the plans for a battery storage facility that will impact on the historic landscape.

  • Representation on Whitehall BESS  

    This letter is our Objection to the Battery Storage Facility application ECU00004982 on 29 Hectares of Land near Cochno which would impact access, green belt and an important set of Neolithic carved stones

  • Letter to Historic Environment Scotland

    APRS has written this letter to express concern over the plans for a battery storage facility that will impact on the historic landscape of the Cochno cup and ring marked rocks near Faifley, Dumbartonshire

  • LINK letter to Minister and Chief Planner on Hilltracks

    This letter from Scottish Environment LINK, which APRS contributed to, was sent to the Minister for Public Finance, Planning and Community Wealth and the Chief Planner to ask that Hilltracks be considered in the review of Permitted Development Rights.

  • The Climate Emergency – The Role of Scotland’s Rural Landscapes

    Our landscapes have a key role to play in tackling the climate emergency and nature crisis.  They are central to many of the likely changes which will result from climate change itself and from the actions we must take to tackle it.  Taking an overall landscape view enables an integrated approach to the climate emergency to take place. This briefing expands on the role of landscape to tackle the climate emergency.

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