Scottish Land Commission

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Fraserburgh, Peterhead and Huntly residents are invited to join the Scottish Land Commission online at its latest virtual public meeting. The meeting aims to give people the opportunity to talk about their local land, sharing the issues and questions they may have, and to find out about the Commissi

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Three new staff members have landed key roles helping to positively impact the on-the-ground culture of how land is owned and used in Scotland. The Scottish Land Commission has made hires to add to its team of 19 staff working on policy and practice in shaping how Scotland’s land is owned, man

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A month-long campaign will drive forward the message that the public sector has a key role to play in transforming vacant and derelict land across Scotland. Land Reuse Month, hosted by the Scottish Land Commission, will support local authorities in addressing the ‘how to’ of tackling the

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Increasing the role land plays in Scotland’s tax base and a local authority power targeted at newly derelict property are among the key recommendations put to Government Ministers in a report from the Scottish Land Commission (SLC).

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The Scottish Land Commission has strengthened its Good Practice team this month with the appointment of Calum Stewart and Karen Grant as good practice advisers. Calum Stewart and Karen Grant will support the organisation’s work shaping change on the ground to ensure more people benefit fr

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In the fifth in the Scottish Land Commission's ‘Land &’ blog series, senior policy officer David Stewart explores why land for housing matters for much more than homes – it has an impact on the economy, the environment, and the wellbeing of everyone in Scotland. Land for housin

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