An urban regeneration agency's website has been shortlisted for a national gobbledegook booby prize.
The Plain English Campaign branded the Craigmillar Partnership's online mission statement as one of the best examples of unintelligible jargon this year.
According to The Scotsman the website is a firm favourite for the embarrassing distinction of becoming a Golden Bull award winner.
Greendykes resident Andrew Moran nominated the web page after a friend questioned what the Craigmillar Partnership actually did.
He said that the website was no help as it includes references to "specific policy inputs" and "re-establishing structures and timetables".
The 34 year-old former civil servant told the newspaper: "It's gibberish and a comedic tragedy. This is an agency that's supposed to be dealing with social exclusion. How are they doing that when they're writing things that are impossible to understand?"
George Maher, a spokesman for the Plain English Campaign, described the statement as a "great contender" for a Golden Bull.
"We've seen worse but this is bad," he explained. "It seems to be making a simple process sound very complex. We think the general public would struggle to understand this."
The Craigmillar Partnership said that it is redesigning its website.
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