Stirling Area Local Access Forum (SALAF) was formed in 2006. We cover the area within the Stirling Council boundary but outside the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. We’re made up of four groups of people who represent paths users, landowners and managers, community groups as well as local and national organisations. Members meet quarterly to discuss ways of improving and managing public access to the countryside. Our work includes advising the Council and others on public rights of access under the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003 and rights of way matters as well as contributing to the development of strategies and plans such as the Stirling Council Core Paths Plan.
We’re looking for new members to join the SALAF. All you need is a desire to become involved with access to the countryside and be prepared to work with others to achieve a common purpose.