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Legal & Technical

The Legal and Technical remit covers one of the broadest policy spectrums within NFU Scotland. Subjects include land reform, communities, Crown Estate, planning, utilities, vehicle legislation, renewables, taxation, and employment.

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Gemma Cooper

Gemma Cooper
Legal and Technical Policy Manager
T:   0131 472 4018
M:  07825 993261
E:  gemma.cooper@nfus.org.uk

follow Gemma on Twitter at @nfusgemma


Jamie Smart
Legal & Technical Committee Chairman

To contact Jamie, please email gemma.cooper@nfus.org.uk

The Legal and Technical Committee meets three times per annum, with additional meetings or conference calls as required.

Here you can find up to date information on NFU Scotland’s Legal and Technical policy remit, including briefing papers, consultations, and submissions.

 
Control of Dogs (Scotland) Act 2010 - Call for Evidence

08-10-2018

NFU Scotland (NFUS) represents over 8,500 farmers growers and crofters in Scotland The problem of uncontrolled dogs is a live...

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Non-Domestic Rates Reform

18-09-2018

NFU Scotland (NFUS) represents over 8,500 farmers growers and crofters in Scotland Agriculture is exempt from business rates however many NFUS...

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EFA Fodder Options

30-08-2018

NFU Scotland would like to highlight to members the options that currently exist under Scottish Greening rules within the Ecological Focus...

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Request for Views on The Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board

26/09/2018

The UK Government Department for the Environment Food and Rural Affairs along with the Scottish Government and Welsh Government are currently...

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