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    • 11/07/2017 - Use it or lose it – FAS Tenants’ Improvements Amnesty
      The Scottish Government’s Farm Advisory Service (FAS) is holding a series of events across Scotland this summer to inform tenant farmers and landowners about important changes to tenancy legislation including the current Tenants’ Improvements Amnesty.    Agreed as part of the 2016 Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2016
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    • 25/06/2017 - Scottish Land & Estates at the Shows
        22-25 June 2017 - Royal Highland Show, Ingliston, Edinburgh Scottish Land & Estates will be in the usual place at the Royal Highland Show at Ingliston this year. Our Members’ Reception, sponsored by Gillespie Macandrew LLP, will be on Thursday 22 June as usual from 11.30am to 2pm, with Friday 23 being the fo
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    • 30/05/2017 - Spring Conference 2017
        Scottish Land & Estates' Spring Conference – 30 May 2017 Rural Investment: Hopes and Fears for a New Era 30th May 2017, Assembly Rooms, George Street, Edinburgh   Sponsored by   Rural Scotland is home to many diverse businesses from agriculture and commercial forestry to artisan fo
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    • AGM 2017
      Members please click on the documents below for the Notice of the 2017 AGM and the Report & Accounts for 2016.
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    • 20/04/2017 - Brodies Roadshows
      Brodies LLP are holding a series of A9 Dualling – Compulsory Purchase Roadshows designed to arm landowners with essential information you will need to protect your interests. The roadshows will cover the following issues; blight; fees; tax; title issues; contractors; time limits; access; mitigating your losses; and your cla
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    • 27/10/2016 - Rural Communities - Next Steps for Growth
      Scottish Land & Estates attended a Holyrood Magazine event looking at the key issues and next steps for encouraging growth in rural communities across Scotland. Topics included, fostering empowerment and resilience, land reform and broadband & connectivity infrastructure. One key point raised was that private businesses are a
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    • 02/08/2016 - Scottish Rural Parliament Opens for Registrations
      The Scottish Rural Parliament will bring together 400 people to discuss the issues of greatest importance to rural communities in Scotland. The event will be held in Brechin, Angus from 6 to 8 October and is free for most people to attend. The event starts with visits to local projects on the Thursday morning, an
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    • Spring Conference presentations
      Thank you to all members who attended the 2014 Spring Conference. Attached below are the full PowerPoint presentations from the Conference, and the full videos of each speaker with their slides can be viewed at www.scottishlandandestates.co.uk/springconference The presentations cover the Economic Contribution Study, t
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    • 05/02/2014 - Spring Conference 2014 sponsored by Barclays
      Full House for the Spring Conference! The Assembly Rooms on Edinburgh’s George Street played host to the Scottish Land & Estates Spring Conference on Wednesday, with the event fully booked out and proving highly successful. The keynote address was given by Cabinet Secretary for Finance, John Swinney, who referred to the
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Initiative shows how wildlife management by Scottish landowners delivers many benefits to communities...
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Scottish Land & Estates believes that the debate about the future of rural policy...
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