Membership with Community Land Scotland is open to geographic community groups who either already own or who aspire to own land for the benefit of the community.
How to Join
There is an annual membership fee of £50 for existing community landowners. There is no membership fee charged for those organisations that are aspiring community landowners, but have not yet acquired the land.
If you are able and would like to make a further donation which would support our work in supporting you and the rest of our members, please Make a Donation
(Supporter and Associate Membership is open to individuals, non-trading organisations and businesses who support our work, please see Become a Supporter / Become an Associate Member if this is what you are looking for)
As a Full Member of Community Land Scotland you will be part of a growing network of community land owners and aspiring community landowners throughout Scotland.
Being part of this network means that you will be able to share your own knowledge and experiences with those in similar situations, and benefit from that shared by others.
Community Land Scotland is made up of its members; it will be ‘your’ organisation. As a member, you will influence the work that we do and be a part of the wider movement supporting community land ownership in Scotland.
Not only will you be a part of this movement, but through your membership, you will strengthen our voice in the arenas where we work to influence policy and support the network.
What will you get from your membership with Community Land Scotland?
In addition to showing support for community land ownership, membership with Community Land Scotland will give you the following benefits;
- Discounted rates for Community Land Scotland events
- A louder voice: as a member, you give us the ability to represent the sector on your behalf
- A say in what we do: as a member, you have the right to vote at our Annual General Meeting (AGM) and influence our work throughout the year
- Access to the Members’ Area of our website for member-specific resources
- Support through the buyout process and through post buyout challenges
- Information and updates, through occasional emails and a quarterly newsletter, on our work and news/developments regarding community land ownership in Scotland
What our members say –
“We received great support during the early stages”
Tiree Development Trust
“The welcome extended to us as new members has been superb”
Isle of Canna Community Development Trust
“We are being heard at all the highest levels”
West Harris Trust
“Community Land Scotland are approachable, well-connected & highly thought of. We feel well represented.”
Isle of Rum Community Trust
“Community Land Scotland has been extremely helpful over policy issues”
Aigas Community Forest
“Community Land Scotland keeps its members up to date with regular information on what’s out there”
The Findhorn Village Conservation Company
“What Community Land Scotland is doing is incredible and at the cutting edge of where Scotland should be heading”
Ulva Ferry LDO
“Community Land Scotland is doing an important and vital job of representing this sector and raising the profile and prospects for greater community landownership.”