The Scottish Bay is 70km of coastline on the north eastern edge of the Dominican Republic. This idyllic caribbean island is situated between two neighbouring British Territories: Turks & Caicos and Virgin Islands.
What seperates the Scottish Bay from the Dominican Republic is its high concentration of highly educated and self-reliant westerners. This population gravitates around information and is best defined as an Information Society . In the case of British Society a new Governance system called a DAO (entitled the 'Scottish Bay DAO', also abbreviated to 'Scottish Bay') enables Delegative Democracy with the first elections scheduled for 2024.
British Government Public Servant: Sion Buckler, currently holds office as the Scottish Bay DAO's Prime Technocrat, where he will spend the remainder of his 22 Year Oath of Alleigence Serving and Defending. Then in 2024 the first Scottish Bay Election will be held to elect his successor. It is now possible for British Subjects to access Skilled (& non-skilled) Employment Opportunities, Temporary (and Permanant) Housing, Welfare Services and Healthcare. The abundance of sun, sea and sand all year around makes the Scottish Bay the ideal destination for anyone planning to leave their birthland or regime in search of a better quality of life and standard of living.
Native authorities will recognise your perminant residancy by purchasing their plastic issued ID Card, but with most foreign and domestic matters British Subjects will be directed to their Embassy and Government overseas. This can be stressful, beurocratic and leave you exposed. For this reason the Scottish Bay DAO was established.
British Subjects Settled within our tropical Protectorate are able to benefit from Crown Public Services and Protection at a local level by registering and declairing yourself a Citizen of the Scottish Bay. As a Dual-Citizen/ Protected Person you are also able to renounce from the juristiction of your former regime (UK, Canada, Australia etc) without losing your British Passport, Travel Privelages or Sovereign Status