Land

Flows to the Future Conference

The Flows to the Future conference: a celebration of the Peatlands Partnership's five year project and a look forward to the future.

The Woodland Crofts Partnership has recently been awarded £33,000 over two years to support and promote the development of woodland crofts.

The announcement was made by Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy, Fergus Ewing MSP, when he attended the Nairn Show.

Scotland's Land & Economy

Join the Scottish Land Commission at their conference to look at the role of land reform in achieving Scotland's agenda for sustainable and inclusive economic growth.

Land ownership and use are central to increasing productivity, reducing inequalities, creating a fair and prosperous Scotland. The event will explore these themes through a number of key note speakers and panel discussions.

The conference will explore:

Community Right to Buy - A Scottish Government Community Land Team Event

This event is delivered by the Scottish Government Community Land Team providing a comprehensive introduction to Community Rights to Buy.

Community Right to Buy - A Scottish Government Community Land Team Event

This event is delivered by the Scottish Government Community Land Team providing a comprehensive introduction to Community Rights to Buy.

About this Event

What are Community Rights to Buy?

Communities have many options to secure and develop land, but the full range of financing models is often not widely known, and there is more scope to develop innovative finance models to support community ownership, a new report says.

New entrants to the farming industry get help from Scottish Government scheme.

More public sector land has been released to people who want to become farmers.

Around 6,400 hectares of land has been made available from public bodies such as Forestry and Land Scotland, Crown Estate Scotland, Scottish Water, Highland and Islands Enterprise, East Lothian and Highland Councils.

Do you have an interst in forestry and land in Scotland?

A public consultation has launched seeking views on the Draft Corporate Plan for Forestry and Land Scotland.

Scottish Land and Estates are now seeking nominations for the 2019 round of the Helping it Happen Awards.

Now into their third year, the awards are looking to build on past success and acknowledge the enormous contribution that rural businesses make to the Scottish economy.

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