Community Land Scotland has published research on the distinctive contribution that community landowners are making to addressing the climate emergency.
A leading commentator on Highland issues has been appointed to the board of Community Land Scotland, the first from the Far North to become a… Read More »Appointment of Magnus Davidson to the Board
Community Land Scotland is delighted to announce that it has full funding for its new Community Ownership Hub: Glasgow and Clyde Valley, thanks to grant… Read More »Taking community ownership to the next level in the Clyde Valley
Community Land Scotland and the Community Ownership Hub: Glasgow and Clyde Valley are pleased to announce a consultancy support framework to provide expertise to aspiring… Read More »Support Framework Pilot- Community Engagement: Call for proposals
In January 2021, we held a two-part online event in collaboration with Carnegie UK Trust which explored the opportunities and challenges associated with community ownership… Read More »Community Ownership – Shaping the Future of Our Towns
Case studies of community-led initiatives which have successfully delivered housing projects with support from the Rural Housing Fund.
Invitation from Community Land Scotland to participate in a research survey on community land ownership and the climate emergency
Scotland’s diverse sector of asset-owning community organisations is helping to address the climate emergency. This is being achieved through a range of initiatives. Community bodies… Read More »Invitation from Community Land Scotland to participate in a research survey on community land ownership and the climate emergency
Introduction from Community Land Scotland Ahead of our planned launch of a Community Ownership Hub in Glasgow and Clyde Valley in 2021, Community Land… Read More »Kick-starting Community Led Housing – Social Value and Land Disposal in Bristol
Community Land Scotland calls for access to safe and warm housing at prices local people can afford as new report publishes today
“For too long people have been leaving villages and small towns across rural Scotland, because they could not find a house they could afford to… Read More »Community Land Scotland calls for access to safe and warm housing at prices local people can afford as new report publishes today
Community Land Scotland has received £48,000 in funding from The National Lottery Community Fund to build on and amplify the creativity and compassion seen in… Read More »National Lottery funding to support communities re-imagine a future against backdrop of COVID-19
The Viewpark Conservation Group and its 2,200 members has successfully completed a community buy out of the land which is the Historic Douglas Support Estate in Lanarkshire, fondly known as ‘Our Glen’ by locals, and a treasured green space.