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Land Reform Group Expanded

The Land Reform Review Group (LRRG) membership is being expanded as its begins phase two of the review. The existing members, Chair Alison Elliot, Vice Chair John Watt and Ian Cooke, will be joined by Pip Tabor, who has extensive experience of rural-development in the South of Scotland. Robin Callander has been appointed as a Special Adviser to the group. The LRRG’s Advisers group has also been brought back up to its full thirteen members with the appointment of Malcolm Combe, a lecturer at the Rural Law Research Group, University of Aberdeen.

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