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Publication - Guidance

Managing unauthorised camping by Gypsy/Travellers in Scotland: guidance for local authorities

Published: 5 Apr 2017
Part of:
Equality and rights, Housing
ISBN:
9781786527998

Practical advice for local authorities on how to manage unauthorised camp sites.

6 page PDF

148.8kB

6 page PDF

148.8kB

Contents
Managing unauthorised camping by Gypsy/Travellers in Scotland: guidance for local authorities
Annex E: Stakeholder Engagement

6 page PDF

148.8kB

Annex E: Stakeholder Engagement

The following organisations assisted with the development of this guidance, by providing their views and knowledge, hosting visits, commenting on draft versions, or providing materials.

Aberdeen City Council

Aberdeenshire Council

Angus Council

Argyll & Bute Council

Article 12

Association of Local Authority Chief Housing Officers

Convention of Scottish Local Authorities

Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service

Dundee City Council

East Ayrshire Council

East Lothian Council

City of Edinburgh Council

Equality and Human Rights Commission

Falkirk Council

Fife Council

Glasgow City Council

Gypsy/Traveller community members

Highland Council

Minority Ethnic Carers of Older People Project ( MECOPP)

North Ayrshire Council

North Lanarkshire Council

Orkney Islands Council

PAS

Perth and Kinross Council

Police Scotland

Scottish Borders Council

Scottish Council Equality Network

Scottish Enterprise

Scottish Human Rights Commission

Scottish Land & Estates

Scottish Traveller Education Programme

Shetland Islands Council

Society of Chief Officers of Transportation in Scotland

South Lanarkshire Council

Stirling Council

Transport Scotland

Travellers Site Managers Association Scotland

West Dunbartonshire Council


Contact

Email: Ged Millar