Scotland cuts back governing bodies of national parks

The Scottish government has enacted laws to reduce the size of the governing boards of two of its national parks, arguing that large boards were useful when the parks were established as it allowed the new entitites to draw on wider expertise, but that they are now unecessarily big for the day-to-day running of established parks.

Full details of the changes at the Loch Lomond and Trossachs national parks can be found online here with explanatory notes here.


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