• Isle of Rum

    PAS assists island community with Community Land Use Plan

    PAS is assisting Isle of Rum Community Trust with preparation of their Community Land Use Plan. At the Community Land Scotland conference in 2013, PAS and The Isle of Rum Community Trust (IRCT) came together to discuss collaborating on a community-led land use plan for the 100 hectares of land which in 2009 was transferred from Scottish Natural Heritage to the Trust.

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