Posts Tagged: Land Reform

BLOG: How does the Land Reform Bill shape up to international land rights standards?

Community Land Scotland is pleased to publish an important piece of work by Megan MacInnes which analyses the Land Reform Bill currently before the Scottish Parliament against the provisions on the internationally agreed Voluntary Guidance on the Governance of Tenure. This is possibly the first such analysis comparing Scotland’s land reform proposal against internationally agreed… Read more »

Community Right to Buy – Scot Gov Impact Evaluation

The Scottish Government have yesterday (12.10.15) published a report evaluating the impact of community right to buy legislation over the last 10 years. Dr. Aileen McLeod, Minister for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform said “The report identifies examples of successes by community groups purchasing land through Community Right to Buy and also identifies barriers… Read more »

We’re 5 Years Old!

Community Land Scotland was established in the autumn of 2010 by 17 founding member communities who came together to give a space for knowledge exchange between Scotland’s community landowners and to address the fact that the issue of land reform was all but absent from the political agenda and public mind. Today, as we represent over 60 communities… Read more »