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Scottish Land Commission +ScottishLandCom
Creating a Scotland where everybody benefits from the ownership, management and use of the nation’s land and buildings
 Joined January 2022    www.landcommission.gov.scot
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The new Agricultural Bill consultation has been extended to 5 Dec 2022.
In our latest blog, Dr Kirsteen Shields reflects on the most recent discussion of the Land and Human Rights Forum (LAHRAF), exploring food systems' concerns related to land and their impact in the context of human rights.
The third in our ‘Land @ Lunch’ series - our autumn-winter programme of friendly, conversational online webinars open to all.

Communities making the most of the land around them can bring multiple benefits to local areas and we are increasingly seeing communities and landowners working together to negotiate...
The second in our ‘Land @ Lunch’ series - our autumn-winter programme of friendly, conversational online webinars open to all.

If you are wondering about who owns land in your area and what their plans for it are ̶ who do you speak to, how do you contact them, and where do you look? Information about land...
The first in our ‘Land @ Lunch’ series - our autumn-winter programme of friendly, conversational online webinars open to all.

In this webinar, hear from Minister for Environment and Land Reform Màiri McAllan, delivering a pre-recorded introduction to the new Land Rights and Responsibilities Statement (LRRS)....
In our latest blog, Chief Executive Hamish Trench talks about the recent Scottish Government consultation on the Land Reform Bill and the Scottish Land Commission’s response to the consultation, published today.
In our latest blog series, the Scottish Land Commissioners encourage people across Scotland to respond to Scottish Government's proposals for a new Land Reform Bill. The sixth and final blog in the series is from the Tenant Farming Commissioner, Bob McIntosh.
In our latest blog series, the Scottish Land Commissioners encourage people across Scotland to respond to Scottish Government's proposals for a new Land Reform Bill. The fifth blog in the series is from Land Commissioner Lorne MacLeod.
In his latest blog, the Tenant Farming Commissioner, Bob McIntosh, looks at new proposals for tenant farming included included in two Scottish Government bills currently out for consultation.
In our latest blog, our Land Rights and Responsibilities Manager, Gemma Campbell, shares why involving communities in the land use decision-making around them is so important, and what you can do to have your say in our latest surveys.
In our latest blog series, the Scottish Land Commissioners encourage people across Scotland to respond to Scottish Government's proposals for a new Land Reform Bill. The fourth blog in the series is from Land Commissioner Prof David Adams.
In our latest blog series, the Scottish Land Commissioners encourage people across Scotland to respond to Scottish Government's proposals for a new Land Reform Bill. The third blog in the series is from Land Commissioner Megan MacInnes.
Policy and Practice Lead James MacKessack-Leitch reflects on our work informing the Scottish Government's proposals for the new Land Reform Bill – and some of the less obvious opportunities for land reform up for consideration – in our latest blog.
In our latest blog series, the Scottish Land Commissioners encourage people across Scotland to respond to Scottish Government's proposals for a new Land Reform Bill. The second blog in the series is from Land Commissioner Sally Reynolds.
Recorded live on Thursday 22 September 2022 at 7pm.
In our latest blog, our Head of Land Rights and Responsibilities, Emma Cooper, explores the updated version of Scotland's Land Rights and Responsibilities Statement, which was laid in Scottish Parliament this afternoon.
In a guest blog for NFU Scotland, our Good Practice Adviser, Karen Grant, urges Scotland’s farmers and crofters to respond to the Scottish Government's public consultation on proposals for the Land Reform Bill by 30 October to ensure land reform works for the farming community.
Residents of Fraserburgh, Peterhead & Huntly are invited to join us online for a virtual public meeting to find out more about land reform and the role of land in creating a successful Scotland.
There will be a short presentation followed by a Q&A session with our Chair, Andrew Thin, Land Commissioners Megan MacInnes and Lorne MacLeod, along with Policy and Practice Lead James MacKessack-Leitch.
Event Details
Online Event - us02web.zoom.us
Chair, Andrew Thin, Land Commissioners Megan MacInnes and Lorne MacLeod, along with Policy and Practice Lead James MacKessack-Leitch.
Recorded live on Thursday 18 August 2022
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