In 2021 we launched an action research project on community ownership in Glasgow and the Clyde Valley. We are working in more depth on urban issues here, promoting community ownership and land reform, and doing research on changes to improve urban community-led and owned development.
We use our learning from the Glasgow project to inform our national urban work, supporting groups and advocating for a fairer land ownership system.
We work closely with others to put the right expertise in the hands of the community. We promote community ownership and work to create conditions for a fairer system of land ownership and use.