We care about land in Scotland and are encouraging a more equitable distribution of ownership.

In 2022 we responded to the Land Reform Bill, working with our members and other organisations including the Scottish Community Alliance and Community Land Scotland to do so.

In 2023, we were asked to delighted to join the Land Reform Futures Stakeholder Advisory Group. Led by the James Hutton Institute and SRUC, the project aims to 'develop a transdisciplinary, deliberative, knowledge exchange process to determine a new ‘land imaginary’, as well as an action plan to inform the implementation of land reform policy objectives. It also seeks to build consensus and facilitate social learning between and within Scotland’s landownership and land use sector, and to integrate knowledge types to support future land reform policy development.'

Our Response to the Land Reform Bill