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Community Land Scotland

Parliamentary Reception: Celebrating Urban Community Landowners

The Garden Lobby Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Community Land Scotland, with Kaukab Steward MSP, is hosting a reception to celebrate the achievements of community landowners in Scotland’s towns and cities. Community landowners from across Scotland will showcase their work, sharing their expertise on the following themes: Climate and Biodiversity:  Inchinnan Development Trust, Culduthel Woodland, Bonnymuir Green Arts-based community centres:  North Edinburgh Arts,… Read More »Parliamentary Reception: Celebrating Urban Community Landowners

Free

Community Ownership Roadshow: Cumbernauld

Freedom City Church 6 St Mungo's Rd, Cumbernauld, United Kingdom

Join us in Cumbernauld for an information session to share with communities the benefits and opportunities of community ownership.

Free

Community ownership and its place in Orkney

Kirkwall Library, MacGillivray Room 44 Junction Rd, Kirkwall, United Kingdom

Join us in Kirkwall as we hear how community ownership is benefiting Shapinsay, Westray and Rousay, Egilsay & Wyre.

Free

2024 Annual Conference

Perth Theatre 185 High Street, Perth, United Kingdom

In this historic year for community ownership, we want to hear your ideas about creating a legislative, funding and policy environment that genuinely enables and achieves change. Join the conversation and help rewrite the future of community ownership and land reform in Scotland.

Free – £265.00

From Laird to Shared: Glasgow’s Landownership and Alternative Futures

Adelaide Place Baptist Church 209 Bath Street, Glasgow, United Kingdom

Join us on Wednesday 12 June as we delve into the past, present, and future of land ownership in Glasgow. In From Laird to Shared: Glasgow’s Landownership and Alternative Futures, we’ll unravel the intricate tapestry of landownership in Glasgow, exploring its contemporary ramifications and showcasing the inspiring efforts of those working to take ownership of… Read More »From Laird to Shared: Glasgow’s Landownership and Alternative Futures

Free