A REVEALING new report on land trends has brought fresh insights into the dynamics of rural land transactions in Scotland.
Aberdeen residents invited to join Scottish Land Commission online at latest virtual public meeting.
Communities must benefit from Scotland’s changing land use. New guidance puts local people at the heart of land decisions
The body responsible for advising on reforms to land ownership and use has set out its agenda for positive change at a key time for Scotland’s land.
People across the country are being urged to apply for pivotal positions at one of Scotland’s leading public bodies.
Angus Glens residents invited to join Scottish Land Commission online at latest virtual public meeting.
Inverness residents are invited to join the Scottish Land Commission online at its latest virtual public meeting.
New approaches are needed to support farmers to plant trees and back Scotland on its net zero journey says the Tenant Farming Commissioner.
Roz Corbett, a Human Geography student at the James Hutton Institute and the University of Aberdeen, has won the Scottish Land Commission’s National Student Award for 2023.
Crown Estate Scotland and the Scottish Land Commission are taking their Community Land Accelerator project into the ‘pilot design’ phase by appointing a new, jointly-funded, Community Land Accelerator Manager dedicated to the project.
Tougher conditions on public funds and meaningful community influence in ownership and decision-making are key to driving forward fair and balanced changes in the way land is used in the transition towards net zero, according to a new roadmap issued by the Scottish Land Commission today.
Skye, Raasay and Wester Ross residents invited to join Scottish Land Commission online at latest virtual public meeting.
An innovative new Community Land Accelerator pilot project with Crown Estate Scotland has been announced.
Scotland’s increasingly valuable rural land is only available to a limited few as high demand from forestry, natural capital investment, and corporate estate buyers continues to drive high prices, according to a new report by the Scottish Land Commission.
Edinburgh residents are invited to join the Scottish Land Commission online at its latest virtual public meeting.
Students across Scotland are being encouraged to enter a national award designed to support research that could change the way we own and use land in Scotland.
Dumfries & Galloway residents invited to join Scottish Land Commission online at latest virtual public meeting.
The Scottish Land Commission will be providing advice to NatureScot and Hampden & Co's recently-announced pilot project designed to support nature restoration across Scotland.
A new paper launched by Scotland’s leading land reform body hopes to stimulate discussion on the ways communities can benefit from land use change and investment for Scotland’s net zero ambition.
Cairngorms-based land leaders gather to share experience at partnership 'Leadership in Good Practice' event.
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.