In our latest blog, Hanna breaks down the information published in our latest Rural Land Market Report.
In his latest blog Chief Executive, Hamish Trench, looks at what the Commission’s research and advice says about land and property tax reform.
In our latest blog, James looks at why learning from international experience is important
A shared understanding of what is meant by community benefits, and identifying opportunities to deliver them, helps in setting reasonable expectations for all parties.
Perhaps the hottest topic in land reform this year is ‘natural capital investment’.
Developed in partnership with the Scottish Land Commission, the accelerator aims to support diversity in land ownership in Scotland.
In our latest guest blog Carey Doyle looks at Transparency, Options to Develop Land and Community Empowerment
In our latest blog, Sally Reynolds talks about People, Power & Prosperity - our new Strategic Plan
In his latest blog, Bob McIntosh, the Tenant Farming Commissioner discusses the benefits of carrying out a carbon audit.
In the first of a trio of housing blogs, David Stewart, Policy and Practice Lead, discusses our latest research and explores the importance of option agreements in the housing land market for creating better places.
In his latest blog, Bob McIntosh, the Tenant Farming Commissioner, warns against unintentionally creating a tenancy through an informal agreement.
In his latest blog, Bob McIntosh, the Tenant Farming Commissioner, looks at what you need to know about resumptions and how they could affect your business.
In our latest blog, Good Practice Advisor Alex Currie reflects on his first six months in post, what lead to his interest in working with land reform, and what he has learned so far.
In our latest blog, Land Commissioner Megan MacInnes explores if we are valuing land in the right way to build a wellbeing economy and meet the challenges of a just transition.
In his latest blog, the Tenant Farming Commissioner, Bob McIntosh, reflects on trends in Scotland's rural land market that we explored in our latest Rural Land Market Insights report.
In our latest blog, our Chair, Andrew Thin, reflects on our recently-published Rural Land Market Insights report and what it means for the pace and direction of land reform in Scotland.
The Tenant Farming Commissioner, Bob McIntosh, explores upcoming changes to the standards for agricultural housing in his latest blog.
In our latest blog, Scottish Land Commissioner Lorne MacLeod reflects on the first meeting of the newly re-established Community Land Leadership Group and its aims for the future of community land ownership in Scotland.
In our latest blog, Good Practice Adviser Karen Grant looks at the ways in which we are influencing policy and practice in the forestry sector.
Gemma Campbell, our Land Rights and Responsibilities Manager, explores the results of our 2022 community engagement surveys with cautious optimism and a look at where we go from here.
In our latest blog, Scottish Land Commissioner Sally Reynolds explores the importance of realising community benefits when setting out the relationship between nature finance and communities in Scotland's just transition to net zero.
The Tenant Farming Commissioner, Bob McIntosh, looks at importance of making a written record of discussions held and agreements made between landlords, tenants, and their agents in his latest blog.
Bruce Morrison, Project Assistant and Modern Apprentice, reflects on the benefits of modern apprenticeships during Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2023 in our latest blog.
In his latest blog, Bob McIntosh, the Tenant Farming Commissioner, shares updates on his guide to relinquishment and assignation of 1991 Act tenancies.
David Stewart, Policy and Practice Lead, explores the importance of town centre living – and the difference between affordable housing and affordable living – In our latest blog.
In this guest blog for CaCHE on NPF4, Policy and Practice Lead David Stewart looks at our work on land and housing, and land reuse proposals, that could support the necessary shift from greenfield to brownfield development.
Good Practice Adviser Karen Grant talks about ‘Leadership in Good Practice’ – a new approach to working with land owners and managers on aligning activities with the vision & principles of the Land Rights and Responsibilities Statement.
In his first blog of the year, Tenant Farming Commissioner Bob McIntosh looks ahead at what’s in store for the tenanted sector in 2023.