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.
An Aberdeenshire high school has been announced as the winner of a national competition which will see them create a short film to be projected at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.
In our latest blog, Dr Bob McIntosh discusses the new Agricultural Bill consultation and its importance to the tenant farming sector.
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.
Virtual Public Meeting for residents of Renfrew & East Renfrewshire to learn more about our work, what land reform is, and how it can contribute to a successful Scotland.
How can we ensure that Scotland’s net zero targets are met while benefitting communities, landowners and businesses fairly? Join us to explore our Responsible Natural Capital and Carbon Management Protocol.