Do Quangos support their aims?

Whilst the Scottish Government is so besotted with wind , can we expect the Public bodies such as SEPA and SNH to exercise the freedom to protect the people from their Political Masters. Certainly we have seen such as RSPB sitting on a very uncomfortable fence with local employees often horrified by proposals but the board being determinedly pro wind farms, no doubt coloured by RSPB’s own commercial involvement with renewables.


Scottish National Heritage Mission Statement

‘All of nature for all of Scotland’

Scotland’s natural heritage is its wildlife, habitats, landscapes and natural beauty. Scotland is renowned for its attractive scenery and wild places and has a huge diversity of landscapes, habitats and wildlife. These are part of what makes Scotland special and are among the country’s greatest assets.

Scottish Natural Heritage is funded by the Scottish Government. Our purpose is to:

•promote care for and improvement of the natural heritage

•help people enjoy it responsibly

•enable greater understanding and awareness of it

•promote its sustainable use, now and for future generations.

All our work supports our mission: All of nature for all of Scotland.


Scottish Environmental Protection Agency

Mission and Aims

SEPA’s mission statement is to be an excellent environmental regulator and an effective and influential authority on the environment.

SEPA aims to provide a system of environmental protection for Scotland that aims to improve the environment and help deliver the Scottish Government’s overall environmental objectives. (No mention of the Scottish People!-ed)


The featured report by the Scotsman opens up many questions that have not been satisfactorily answered.

© Scotsman Magazine 26.06.2011

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