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The Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (COSLA) is the national association of Scottish councils and acts as an employers' association for its member authorities.

Formed in 1975, COSLA exists to promote and protect the interests of the country's councils by providing a forum for discussion of matters of common concern. COSLA ascertains the views of member councils and communicates these to central government, other bodies and the public.

Its immediate predecessor is the Convention of Royal Burghs which dates back to the 12th Century

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  • COSLA - Official WebsiteTemplate:Scotland-gov-stub
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