Associate Members – Businesses

Campbell Stewart MacLennan & Co

We are a firm of Chartered Accountants and Business Advisor with partner Faye MacLeod heading up our Community/Charity sector team.  Since 2006 we have been involved extensively with community land ownership.  Our experience of assisting community companies from the initial steering group stage through assessing the feasibility of a community buy-out and preparing the business… Read more »

Expedite RS

Expedite RS is a community land agency consultancy – progressively seeking to implement the many aspects of Land Reform with communities in Scotland. For more information, please visit the Expedite RS website or email

Harper Macleod LLP

Harper Macleod is a leading independent Scottish law firm with offices in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness, Lerwick and Thurso, offering a full range of commercial and personal legal services across Scotland, the UK and further afield. Visit the Harper Macleod LLP website

MacPhee and Partners LLP

We are award-winning Solicitors and Estate Agents based in the Scottish West Highlands, with offices in Fort William, Oban and Tiree.  We offer a wide range of legal and property services. Each of our solicitors specialise in their particular fields. Our Community Land Team, Duncan MacPhee, Christine Mackay, Gary Somers and Rebecca Fraser, are advisers… Read more »


Savills provides a number of services that may be of interest to community landowners including planning advice and support, development land, asset management, energy schemes, feasibility studies, property and land valuation, arbitration and mediation, access to funding streams among many others.

Scotland’s Highest Village Votes for Community Land Buyout from Buccleuch

On Wednesday 12 August, Wanlockhead, Scotland’s highest village, voted to approve the purchase of 3,863 acres of land from the Buccleuch Group, in one of southern Scotland’s largest ever proposed community land buyouts.  55.6 percent of voters were in favour of the buyout and 44.4 percent of voters were against it.  69 ballots were cast… Read more »