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Community Land Scotland

Our Staff

Dr. Josh Doble, Policy Manager

Josh’s role for Community Land Scotland is to lead on policy advocacy and development to ensure that the benefits of community ownership and further land reform are understood at a national and regional level. Part of this role is to promote the connections between land reform and various key national policies, such as the Just Transition to Net Zero, the response to the climate crisis, Community Wealth Building, Human Rights and the Wellbeing Economy. Josh has experience in research and policy within government and academia. His research background as a historian of decolonisation, with an interest in the politics of land and race in postcolonial societies, means he is particularly interested in the opportunities for progressive land reform within Scotland.

Flora Brown, Campaign Intern

Flora joined us in January 2024 working on our public-awareness raising campaign ‘Scotland’s for Sale! But who’s buying?’. She has a degree in Sustainable Development and became engaged with the possibilities of community ownership through her undergraduate dissertation.

As well as being involved in community ownership projects in her local area, Flora is excited by communication and political education and hopes to contribute to making land a political issue in the public eye, relating it to issues such as housing, climate change, food security and social justice.