Land experts call for examples of good natural capital practice with community benefit
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.
Shetland residents are invited to join the Scottish Land Commission online at our latest virtual public meeting.
Carbon market must have positive environmental outcomes and deliver community benefit, say new Land Lines discussion papers.
Cairngorms residents are invited to share their views about land and land reform from the comfort of their own homes.
A GROUNDBREAKING report reveals changes to Scotland's rural land market and values, amid strong timber prices and rising demand in non-farming leisure estates.
New guidance for public bodies on how they can use and manage land productively and in the public interest to be published at Land Reuse Month.
The Scottish Land Commission is continuing its calendar of online public meetings and the next will cover Moray on Wednesday 16 March.
A newly published guide will help tenants and landlords of agricultural holdings benefit from and avoid potential pitfalls around carbon credit trading.
Land Reuse Month, a month-long campaign in March, will drive forward the message that the public sector has a key role to play in transforming vacant and derelict land across Scotland.
Applications are now open for a substantial grant to fund vital academic research into improving the way land is owned, managed and used across Scotland.
The Scottish Land Commission has set out advice to Scottish Ministers on the role of taxation in supporting current land reform objectives in a new report.
The Scottish Land Commission is continuing its calendar of online public meetings and the next will cover Perth and Perthshire.
The Minister for Environment and Land Reform, Màiri McAllan MSP, today announced the reappointment of Andrew Thin as Chair of the Scottish Land Commission, Dr Bob McIntosh CBE as Tenant Farming Commissioner, and Lorne MacLeod and Dr Sally Reynolds as Land Commissioners.