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.
Land experts call for examples of good natural capital practice with community benefit
In his latest blog, the Tenant Farming Commissioner, Bob McIntosh, looks at the future trends for agricultural tenancies in Scotland.
We have published recommendations to Scottish Ministers to help Scotland realise the opportunity of new value in the nation’s land and natural capital in a fair way.
The third session in our 'Natural Capital and Land' series will explore how natural capital can be used as an opportunity to deliver wider social benefits for communities and the wider public.
The fourth and final session in our 'Natural Capital and Land' series will look at our new Land Rights and Responsibilities Protocol, which addresses responsible practice in natural capital and carbon sequestration.
Virtual Public Meeting for residents of the Scottish Borders to learn more about our work, what land reform is, and how it can contribute to a successful Scotland.
Virtual Public Meeting for residents of Fraserburgh, Peterhead & Huntly to learn more about our work, what land reform is, and how it can contribute to a successful Scotland.