1554: Sustainable estate communities
This paper is summarised from ‘Working Together for Sustainable Estate Communities - Exploring the potential of collaborative initiatives between privately-owned estates, communities and other partners’, a booklet produced by a team headed by Jayne Glass, University of the Highlands and Islands, Perth College, Centre for Mountain Studies.
Year of Publication2012
Collaboration by estates with their communities and other partners will result in a long-term increased confidence in the sector, and recognition of their role in delivering public benefits. Estate communities need to identify their needs and priorities and engage with estate representatives. This may require overcoming prejudices. Policy-makers, public agencies and other stakeholders need to support engagement and collaboration. They need to engage more effectively and commit to joint projects.
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