ref date:28 Dec 2000 (ENV)
Scotlands national parks open for exploitation
In September 1997 Blair promised to look after Scotlands natural heritage.
What he really meant was open it up for uncontrolled building by private enterprise.
The tiny town of Callander in one of Scotlands most beautiful areas, the Troassachs, is trying to stop the
FORCED, unpermitted development of 50 holiday cabins in this area our outstanding natural beauty and
area of Special Scientific Interest (SSI).
'Forest Enterprise' thinks it can just go ahead on 'crown property' and do as it pleases, similar to
the attitude of wireless companies who fling up their microwave towers wherever they please.
This is Scotland, not England and Englands Queen has no right to tell US what should happen in
our country, she knows just where to stuff her crown.