Land is at the heart of Scotland’s identity, economy and communities. The Scottish Land Commission is driving a programme of land reform spanning both urban and rural land, to create a Scotland where land is owned and used in ways that are fair, responsible and productive.
Residents of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park area are invited to join the Scottish Land Commission online at our latest virtual public meeting.
The second instalment of a popular free online webinar series, 'Land @ Lunch,' has returned to coach people across Scotland on how to make the most of opportunities with the land and buildings around them.
In his latest blog, the Tenant Farming Commissioner, Bob McIntosh, explores the rights and responsibilities when tenant farming and sporting meet.
This session will look at how public bodies can enable land re-use by assembling sites and reducing risk for developers. Drawing on case studies from Scotland and Europe, we'll explore how public bodies can assemble land to help create places with quality green space that support active travel.
Virtual Public Meeting for residents of West Lothian to learn more about our work, what land reform is, and how it can contribute to a successful Scotland.
This session will look at how more affordable rural homes can be delivered, with David Stewart of the Scottish Land Commission and Ronnie Macrae of Communities Housing Trust.
Communities across Scotland are tackling the challenge of vacant and derelict land in their local areas. In this session, hear from a range of successful community projects leading the way.