Welcome to our short survey and thank you for your kind help in supporting our cause and helping to shape the future of Scotia as we make huge advancements in becoming an independent nation.
As we now have an island the next 3-4 years will be very important to us in setting our foundations, solidifying our identity and preparing ourselves to declare independence as a fully sustainable nation, where we meet all of the criteria of the Montevideo Convention for recognised states.
We are seeking feedback, opinions and suggestions to help re-form our foundations now we have an island, so that we can make it a successful home to all our citizens who will be living on the island and those non-resident as well.
We would really appreciate your help in completing this consultation survey, volunteering your time to help us re-shape and re-organise or just spreading the word would be greatly appreciated.
I would like to thank you very much for your help and support with this survey and I hope you will join us in other ways to really make Scotia a continued success for all Scotians.
H.S.H Prince Charles II
Sovereign Prince of Scotia
Brief Information/Facts About The Island: (To help you make informed choices to help us)
The island is 9.3 sq miles in length and by 2.5 sq miles width.
Current Population: 20
Housing: Castle (Manor House), an 8 Bed House, plus 15 other residential holdings of 2-4 bedrooms
Amenities: 6 Harbours/Moorings, Farm Lands, Small Restaurant/Tea Room, Post Office and Shop, Art Gallery, Church and Community Hall
Businesses: Cattle, Sheep, Pig, Goats and Chicken Farming, Fish and Oyster Farming, Tourism, Nature Walks/Spotting, Camping, Tea Room/Restaurant,
Flowers: Bracken, Heather, Bluebells, Orchids, Sundews and Dianthus
Trees: Broadleaf (43 different varieties, including laburnum, wych elm, three types of oak, four kinds of cherry tree, alder, sycamore, sweet chestnut, walnut and various other fruit trees.), Conifer (Silver and Noble), Junipers, larch, Sitka spruce, and Scots pine.
Animals: Red Deer, Horses, Goats, Cattle, Pigs, Sheep, Chicken, Hare, Many species of birds, Seals, Whales, Dolphins,
Dishes: Locally produced/sourced foods, such as Oysters, Prawns, Salmon, Crab, Lobsters, Sole, Monkfish, Meat, Eggs and homemade dishes such as Bread, Soups, Salads.
Dessert: Cakes, Scones and Jams
Drink: Wine and Tea
Fruit: Strawberries, Apples, Pears, Berries
THANKYOU FOR YOUR HELP AND SUPPORT!!!