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Asset Transfer Requests: Notification of Review Decision by Scottish Ministers

Asset Transfer Request under the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015: Notification of Review of Decision by Scottish Ministers.

An application for review under Section 87(2) of the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 has been made in writing in accordance with Part 4 of The Asset Transfer Request (Review Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 2016 from Ettrick & Yarrow Community Development Company (EYCDC), The Waterwheel Café, Philiphaugh, Selkirk, TD7 5LU.

Status of review: current
Action: under consideration

The documents below relate to the review of the decision by the Scottish Ministers not to allow EYCDC to purchase 173 hectares of Gamescleuch Forest and the Ettrick Marshes under Part 5 of the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015. There is a link below to the initial decision made by the Scottish Ministers, and 7 attachments submitted by EYCDC in support of their request for review - these can be found in the attachments below. A list of further supporting documents submitted by EYCDC is also in the final attachment. Should any interested party wish to view any of these documents listed in the final attachment please contact the Community Empowerment Team at the Scottish Government at the details provided and these will be made available.

Forestry Enterprise Scotland FES decision notice and supporting documents

EYCDC Application for Review.pdf

2 page PDF
96.8kB

Economic Impact and Best Value Considerations.pdf

14 page PDF
133.2kB

EYCDC Business Plan for Gamescleuch Forest.pdf

47 page PDF
2.1MB

Contact

Community Empowerment Team, Scottish Government

Email: AssetTransferGuidance@gov.scot

Telephone: 0131 244 5634

Post:
Area 3F (North)
Community Empowerment Team
Public Service Reform and Public Bodies Unit
The Scottish Government
Victoria Quay
Edinburgh
EH6 6QQ

Published:
7 Dec 2017
Asset Transfer Requests: Notification of Review Decision by Scottish Ministers