Policy & Lobbying

Land Reform Response

On 18 January 2013 Scottish Land & Estates submitted its comprehensive response to the Land Reform Review Group (LRRG)’s Call for Evidence.

 

On 26 February 2013 Scottish Land & Estates held a meeting with Dr Alison Elliot, Dr Sarah Skerrat and Professor Jim Hunter of the LRRG to discuss the submission and the vision for rural Scotland.

Following this meeting the Scottish Land & Estates response to the LRRG’s Call for Evidence has been made publicly available and can be downloaded here:

 



Full Response (140 pages)

 



Summary edition of full response (24 pages)

The following three extracts focus on the key themes from the full response:



Community Engagement

 



Housing

 



Connecting people with land inc.
Employment & Education

The following video showcases the key themes of our submission:

Our thanks to Rob Bryce of Blue Stone Films for enabling us to use some of the footage in the above film.

 

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