Community Ownership Electric Roadshow
This winter, as Community Land Scotland celebrate 100 Years of Community Ownership, they will be packing up their campervan, stocking up on cakes and coffee, and visiting communities across the Northeast of Scotland and Tayside to share inspiring stories of community ownership. Over the course of one week in February, they will meet with groups in Angus, Stirling, Dundee, and Aberdeen.
They are partnering with Kirrie Connections, Creative Stirling, Creative Dundee, and the Fittie Community Development Company to host four information sessions to share with communities the benefits and opportunities of community ownership.
Each session will feature:
* An introduction to community landownership: how can it help your community? How do you start? Who can help?
* Information about communities’ rights to register interest in land or buildings
* An overview of the support available
* Inspiring community ownership stories
Following a few short presentations, there will be ample time to ask questions, and to meet with representatives from the Community Land Team, the Scottish Land Fund and Community Land Scotland.