Meeting 1: The potential implications of Brexit for rural Scotland

Wednesday 28th September

The first meeting of the Cross Party Group in the Scottish Parliament on Rural Policy 2016-17 was held on Wednesday 28th September and focused on ‘The potential implications of Brexit for rural Scotland’. The Group’s co-conveners were also confirmed at this meeting, as was the continuation of the RPC as Group Secretariat.

We had three excellent speakers to kick off our discussion:

  • John Mitchell, Rural Partner, Anderson Strathern: The implications of Brexit for rural Scotland
  • Lorraine Cook, Policy Manager, Migration, Population and Diversity Team, COSLA: The implications of Brexit for Scottish local government
  • Caroline Warburton, National Strategy Delivery Coordinator, the Scottish Tourism Alliance: The implications of Brexit for the Scottish tourism sector

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The agenda, presentations and approved mintues are available to download now. A summary policy briefing will be available shortly.

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