Paul Waterson

The Scottish Licensed Trade Association’s main role is to strive to protect and promote the rights and interests of licensee members; to advise members on matters affecting their business; to be actively involved and carry out such work for the protection, advancement or benefit of members in general; assist the election of Members to responsible representative bodies, to promote and protect the interest of members; promote and encourage training for all those involved in the Licensed Trade and to actively develop and promote good practice in the interests of members and customers.

Trade Protection, Trade Development and Trade Liaison.

The Scottish Licensed Trade Association is governed by a Managing Committee (known as the ‘Parliament’), comprising  the duly elected National Office Bearers and representatives from each of the designated administrative areas.   In addition to this, there is an Executive Committee (known as the ‘Cabinet’) which consists of the National Office Bearers and two representative from each of the designated administrative areas.   These Committees debate and decide on The Association’s policies and strategic planning.

 

Trade Liaison

Advise on matters affecting your business.

Trade Development

The SLTA supports skills development.

Trade Protection

The SLTA represents the interests of the Scottish trade.