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Community Land Scotland +CommunityLandScotland
A collective voice for community landowners throughout Scotland, representing and supporting land reform through community land ownership
 Joined September 2016    www.communitylandscotland.org.uk
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Le maoineachadh bho Bhòrd na Gàidhlig tha Fearann Coimhearsnachd na h-Alba air a’ chiad chuairt de thabhartasan a thoirt seachad bho sgeama pìleatach Maoin Coimhearsnachdan Gàidhlig ùr, gu còig buidhnean coimhearsnachd às eileanan na h-Alba.  Brosnaichidh na tabhartasan cur am meud cleachdadh na Gàidhlig sna coimhearsnachdan aca.  Shoirbhich le còig buidhnean is iad a’ co-roinn... ...
Community Land Scotland with funding from Bòrd na Gàidhlig has made the first round of awards from a new Gaelic Communities Fund pilot scheme, to five community groups from the Scottish islands. The awards will encourage the increase of use of the Gaelic language within their communities.   Five groups were successful in sharing a total... Read more »
A two-part online workshop on the financial considerations of running a Community Owned Initiative.
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Community Land Scotland Annual AGM
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On 4 November 2021, Community Land Scotland presented Dùthchas: Our Land, Everyone’s Future at the Center for Contemporary Arts. The evening was part a series of #OurVillage events, hosted by If Not Us Than Who? in conjunction with COP26. In this series, which runs through Sat 13 November, If Not Us Then Who? and partner... Read more »
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A community in Dumfries and Galloway is setting out to raise £2.2 million to double the size of a vast new nature reserve, in stage two of the South of Scotland’s biggest ever community land buyout. The Langholm Initiative charity aims to buy 5,300 acres of Langholm Moor and three residential properties from Buccleuch, and so expand the Tarras... Read more »
A four-part online workshop on resolving conflict for community landowners.
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A two-part online workshop on strategic planning, aimed at helping communities plan for their community’s needs over the next 10+ years.
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This training session will share top tips on getting your stories into the press and how to deal with enquiries from the media.
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An online workshop on recruiting and managing staff.
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Chuir Fearann Coimhearsnachd na h-Alba air bhonn sruth maoineachaidh pìleatach airson na Gàidhlig, le taic bho Bhòrd na Gàidhlig, am buidheann riaghltais, gus coimhearsnachdan a bhrosnachadh ann a bhith a’ sireadh dhòighean ùr-ghnàthach airson cleachdadh na Gàidhlig a chur am meud san sgìre aca fhèin. ’S e as adhbhar do Mhaoin Coimhearsnachdan na Gàidhlig a... Read more »
Community land Scotland has set up a pilot funding stream for the Gaelic language, with support from Bòrd na Gàidhlig the government body, to encourage communities to find innovative ways to boost the use of Gaelic in their area. The  Gaelic Community Fund’s purpose is to attract projects that will increase the use of the... Read more »
Significant reform of how Scotland’s land is owned and used so as to benefit the people of Scotland is needed if we are to emerge successfully from the long dark shadow cast by the Covid pandemic, and tackle the ‘Code Red’ threat of climate change. Community Land Scotland (CLS) has sent a briefing paper to... Read more »
Join Community Land Scotland and guest speakers to learn more about their approaches to community-led spatial planning.
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Community Land Scotland is seeking a highly organised and friendly Administration and Events Officer to provide administrative support, assist with financial administration and organise events. Administration and Events Officer Hours: 26.5 hours per week (0.7 fte) Salary: £19,570 per year pro rata Location: Glasgow, although home working will be required initially Reporting to: Development...
Community Land Scotland is seeking a highly organised and friendly Administration and Events Officer to provide administrative support, assist with financial administration and organise events. Job description and person specification Administration and Events Officer Hours: 26.5 hours per week (0.7 fte) Salary: £19,570 per year pro rata Location: Glasgow, although home working will be...
  Community Land Scotland is excited to be hosting three events exploring community ownership of green space. The events are free to attend and all are welcome to attend be it individuals and community groups interested in ownership, existing community landowners or other stakeholders. 11-12:30, Tuesday, June 29th – Meet the Pioneers: community ownership of... Read more »
A discussion on how communities in the north of mainland Scotland are helping shape Scotland's drive to Net Zero
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A discussion on how communities in the north of mainland Scotland are regenerating their region and overcoming local challenges
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