1. Research - paying participant expenses and compensating for time: guidance

    Guidance on paying participant expenses and time, to help you to make decisions about paying the expenses and compensating people for time involved in research and participatory activity.

  2. Scottish Languages Bill: business and regulatory impact assessment

    Business and regulatory impact assessment for the Scottish Languages Bill. This is legislation which seeks to advance the status of, and provision for, the Gaelic and Scots languages.

  3. Councillors' remuneration and expenses: recommendations

    Scottish Local Authorities Remuneration Committee (SLARC) was reconvened in April 2023 to undertake an independent review of councillor remuneration, having last reported in 2011.

  4. Supporting and enabling sustainable communities: action plan to address depopulation

    This Action Plan newly establishes a strategic policy position for Scottish Government around addressing depopulation and maps a range of new and existing supportive activity being undertaken across Scottish Government and by local and regional delivery partners.

  5. Scottish Islands Typology: overview 2024

    This report outlines the Scottish Islands Typology (2024). It classifies Scotland’s islands into ten categories based on combinations of population, access to local amenities, and access to mainland Scotland. It offers an alternative way to compare the differences and similarities between islands.

  6. Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973 - section 31 - disqualification criteria for councillors: consultation analysis

    Analysis of our consultation on whether individuals subject to the sex offender notification requirements (SONR) under Part 2 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003 should be barred from holding the position of councillor in a local authority.

  7. Am Plana Nàiseanta airson Dùthaich a tha Math a Thaobh Biadh: Sgrìobhainn Chochomhairleachaidh

    This consultation covers the content of the national Good Food Nation Plan. It seeks views on the Outcomes; ways of measuring progress; and how different groups envision life in a Good Food Nation. It also seeks views on specified functions. This is a Gaelic translation of the consultation.

  8. Geàrr-iomradh air a' Phlana Nàiseanta airson Dùthaich a tha Math a Thaobh Biadh

    The national Good Food Nation Plan sets out six over-arching Outcomes; the range of targets and indicators that will be used to gauge progress towards achieving them; and details of food-related policies and initiatives from across the Scottish Government. This is a Gaelic summary of the Plan.

  9. National Good Food Nation Plan

    The national Good Food Nation Plan sets out six over-arching Outcomes for a Good Food Nation; the range of targets and indicators that will be used to gauge progress towards achieving them; and details of a wide range of food-related policies and initiatives from across the Scottish Government.

  10. National Good Food Nation Plan: consultation

    We are consulting on the first national Good Food Nation Plan. We are seeking views on the national Good Food Nation Outcomes, ways of measuring progress and how different groups envision life in a Good Food Nation. It also seeks views on specified functions.

  11. Learning Disabilities, Autism and Neurodivergence Bill: consultation

    We are committed to protecting, respecting and championing the rights of people with learning disabilities and neurodivergent people. This consultation on proposals for a Learning Disabilities, Autism and Neurodivergence Bill seeks the views of everyone on how we can do this.

  12. Scottish Languages Bill: Fairer Scotland Duty summary

    Fairer Scotland Duty Summary for the Scottish Languages Bill. This is legislation to advance the status of, and provision for, the Gaelic and Scots languages.

  13. Scottish Languages Bill: island communities impact assessment

    Island communities impact assessment for the Scottish Languages Bill. This is legislation to advance the status of, and provision for, the Gaelic and Scots languages.

  14. Scottish Languages Bill: equality impact assessment

    Equality impact assessment for the Scottish Languages Bill. This is legislation which seeks to advance the status of, and provision for, the Gaelic and Scots languages.

  15. Scottish islands: data overview 2023

    This report gives a snapshot of Scotland's island-level data as collated in the new Scottish Islands Data Dashboard and draws out key findings relating to each of the strategic objective topic areas set out in the National Islands Plan.

  16. Access to information rights consultation: response

    Scottish Government response to the analysis of responses our consultation on Access to Information Rights in Scotland. We sought views on the operation of the access to information rights regime following post-legislative scrutiny of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002.

  17. Open Government - public participation strategy: advice

    This report on advice to inform Scotland's Open Government public participation strategy is based on the findings of the Covid Public Engagement Expert Advisory Group. It considers public engagement in the form of information receiving, compliance with guidelines, and political and community engagement.

  18. Education Bill provisions: consultation

    A consultation on a new national qualifications body and a new approach to inspection of education in Scotland, including elements of the proposed Education Bill.

  19. Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 - exercise of section 5 power: report

    Report on the use made by the Scottish Ministers of their powers under section 5 of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 to extend coverage of the FOI legislation between November 2021 and October 2023.

  20. Just Transition for the Grangemouth industrial cluster: discussion paper

    A paper summarising the proposed approach to developing a Just Transition Plan for the industrial cluster of Grangemouth. This will support forthcoming engagement, in aid of a co-design process, that will shape the final Just Transition Plan.

  21. Connecting Scotland programme: full business case

    Final full business case for the next phase of the Connecting Scotland programme.

  22. Strengthening local democracy

    Second phase of Democracy Matters national conversation.

  23. Democracy matters phase 2 consultation - local governance review

    This document provides the basis for a second phase of deliberation on the future community decision-making. Have your say on local communities deciding their own future.

  24. Democracy Matters Phase 2 Consultation: Easy Read

    Easy read version of the Democracy Matters Phase 2 discussion document containing questions for communities to consider about future scenarios for local decision making in different settings. Have your say on local communities deciding their own future.

  25. Draft Disability Assistance for Older People (Scotland) Regulations 2024: Draft Island Communities Impact Assessment

    A draft Island Communities Impact Assessment (ICIA) considering the draft Disability Assistance for Older People (Scotland) Regulations 2024 in relation to their impacts on people living in the Islands under Section 8 of the Islands (Scotland) Act 2018.

  26. Financial support for islanders

    Fresh funding to ease cost of living impact on communities and businesses.

  27. Empowering rural communities

    Funding to support Scottish Rural Parliament.

  28. Vision for sustainable aquaculture: island communities impact assessment

    Island communities impact assessment for the vision for sustainable aquaculture.

  29. Vision for sustainable aquaculture

    The Vision for sustainable aquaculture describes the Scottish Government’s long-term aspirations to 2045 for the finfish, shellfish and seaweed farming sectors, and the wider aquaculture supply chain.

  30. Vision for sustainable aquaculture: child rights and wellbeing screening sheet

    Child rights and wellbeing screening sheet for the Vision for sustainable aquaculture

  31. National Islands Plan review: consultation

    We are consulting on a review of the National Islands Plan, published in 2019. This review is required by the Islands (Scotland) Act 2018. We are seeking views on the impact and content of the current National Islands Plan.

  32. Cashback for Communities phase 6: children's rights and wellbeing impact assessment

    Children's rights and wellbeing impact assessment for phase 6 of the CashBack for Communities programme.

  33. Cashback for Communities phase 6: island communities impact assessment

    Island communities impact assessment for the CashBack for Communities programme.

  34. National Islands Plan: implementation route map 2023

    Details how we will deliver on the commitments in the National Islands Plan, over the coming year.

  35. New Deal with Local Government – Verity House Agreement

    The Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (COSLA) and the Scottish Government have agreed a new Partnership Agreement (the Verity House Agreement), setting out our vision for a more collaborative approach to delivering our shared priorities for the people of Scotland.

  36. Access to information rights: consultation analysis

    Analysis of responses our consultation on Access to Information Rights in Scotland. We sought views on the operation of the access to information rights regime following post-legislative scrutiny of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002.

  37. Firework control zones: guidance for local authorities

    Guidance which details the process local authorities should follow for designating, amending, or revoking a firework control zone within their boundaries.

  38. Just transition for the built environment and construction sector: a discussion paper

    This discussion paper is intended to support engagement on a just transition for the built environment and construction sector. Building on this engagement, a draft targeted action plan and route map (late 23/24) will outline the key steps to delivering a fair transition for the sector.

  39. Buidheann-obrach Gheàrr-bheatha air Cothroman Eaconamach is Sòisealta don Ghàidhlig: Aithisg do Rùnaire a' Chaibineit airson Ionmhas is na h-Eaconamaidh

    Aithisg air molaidhean na Buidhne-obrach Gheàrr-bheatha air Cothroman Eaconamach is Sòisealta don Ghàidhlig.

  40. Short Life Working Group on Economic and Social Opportunities for Gaelic: report

    A report to the Cabinet Secretary for Finance and the Economy containing the recommendations of the Short Life Working Group on Economic and Social Opportunities for Gaelic.

  41. Community Climate Action Hubs: response analysis

    Scottish Government received 70 responses from third sector and community groups in response to the Climate Action Hub programme announced in 2020. Two pathfinder hubs were identified and the information was used to shape the programme.

  42. Scottish Languages Bill (Gaelic) - Gaelic and Scots commitments: consultation analysis

    'S e an sgrìobhann seo mìneachadh bho thaobh muigh an Riaghaltais den cho-chomhairleachadh a chaidh a chumail air Gàidhlig, Albais is Bile nan Cànan Albannach.

  43. Scottish Languages Bill (Scots version) - Gaelic and Scots commitments: consultation analysis

    External analysis o responses submittit tae the Scots Government's consultation on Gaelic, Scots and a Scots Languages Bill.

  44. Scottish Languages Bill - Gaelic and Scots commitments: consultation analysis

    External analysis of the responses submitted to the Scottish Government's consultation on Gaelic, Scots and a Scottish Languages Bill.

  45. Land reform in a Net Zero nation: consultation analysis

    Outlines the findings from an analysis of responses to a public consultation on land reform in a Net Zero nation.

  46. Small landholdings modernisation: consultation analysis

    This report outlines the results of a consultation held from October 2022 to January 2023. The consultation aimed to gather views on proposals to modernise and update small landholdings legislation.

  47. New dementia strategy for Scotland: Everyone's Story

    The new Dementia Strategy for Scotland is a 10-year vision for change. This strategy was developed in collaboration with people with lived experience and our wider partners. It is the culmination of eight months of engagement with people across Scotland, focussed on how we improve delivery

  48. Tackling child poverty pathfinders: evaluability assessment

    An evaluability assessment of the Child Poverty Pathfinders in Glasgow and Dundee to inform the development of an evaluation plan for the Pathfinder approach. Includes an evaluability assessment report and accompanying theories of change and initial monitoring framework to support evaluation.

  49. Child poverty pathfinders - early implementation process: evaluation

    This report explores the early set-up and implementation of the Child Poverty Pathfinders. The research uses in-depth qualitative findings to understand what has been working well and what has been working less well during the development stage.

  50. Investing in Scotland's islands

    Funding to support local economies and communities.

  51. Prisoner voting in Scottish devolved elections: report

    A report required under section 6 of the Scottish Elections (Franchise and Representation) Act 2020 on a review of voting by prisoners serving terms of 12 months or less in Scottish Parliament and council elections.

  52. Public procurement strategy: 2023 to 2028

    The first Public Procurement Strategy for Scotland provides a future high-level vision and roadmap for Scottish public procurement which all public sector bodies can align to and deliver against.

  53. Local living and 20 minute neighbourhoods - planning guidance: consultation

    We are seeking views on this draft guidance on local living and 20 minute neighbourhoods to support the implementation of National Planning Framework 4 (NPF4).

  54. Local living and 20 minute neighbourhoods - draft guidance consultation: impact assessment report update

    The impact assessment report update relates to the consultation on our draft guidance on local living and 20 minute neighbourhoods, produced to support the fourth National Planning Framework (NPF4).

  55. Victims, Witnesses, and Justice Reform (Scotland) Bill: island communities impact assessment

    Records the decision not to carry out an island communities impact assessment for the Victims, Witnesses, and Justice Reform (Scotland) Bill. It explains why the Bill will not have a significantly different effect on island communities and describes how this assessment has been made.

  56. Fair Work Action Plan 2022 and Anti-Racist Employment Strategy 2022: data protection impact assessment

    Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) of the Fair Work Action Plan 2022 and Anti-Racist Employment Strategy 2022.

  57. Fair Work Action Plan 2022 and Anti-Racist Employment Strategy 2022: Fairer Scotland duty assessment

    Fairer Scotland Duty Assessment (FSDA) of the Fair Work Action Plan 2022 and Anti-Racist Employment Strategy 2022.

  58. Fair Work Action Plan 2022 and Anti-Racist Employment Strategy 2022: island communities impact assessment

    Island Communities Impact Assessment (ICIA) of the Fair Work Action Plan 2022 and Anti-Racist Employment Strategy 2022.

  59. Fair Work Action Plan 2022 and Anti-Racist Employment Strategy 2022: equality impact assessment

    Equality Impact Assessment (EQIA) of the Fair Work Action Plan 2022 and Anti-Racist Employment Strategy 2022.

  60. Equality, opportunity, community: New leadership - A fresh start

    This publication sets out the First Minister’s vision for Scotland and the outcomes he and his government aim to achieve by 2026.

  61. Council Tax for second and empty homes, and non-domestic rates thresholds: consultation

    This joint public consultation with COSLA seeks views on giving local authorities the power to increase council tax on second homes and empty homes, as well as considering whether the current non-domestic rates thresholds for self-catering accommodation remain appropriate.

  62. Non-domestic rates/Council Tax second and empty homes consultation: partial impact assessments

    Partial impact assessments relating to the consultation on council tax for second and long term empty homes, and thresholds for non-domestic rates.

  63. Non-domestic rates/Council Tax second and empty homes consultation: business and regulatory impact assessment

    Business and regulatory impact assessment (BRIA) relating to the consultation on council tax for second and empty homes, and thresholds for non-domestic rates.

  64. National Islands Plan Annual Report 2022

    The Islands (Scotland) Act 2018 requires that a report is presented to Parliament each year setting out the progress made towards delivery of the National Islands Plan. This report sets out progress made during the 2022 reporting year.

  65. Institutionalising Participatory and Deliberative Democracy working group recommendations: Scottish Government response

    Scottish Government response to the IPDD working group recommendations on how Scotland can establish infrastructure for high quality participatory and deliberative engagements.

  66. Additional funding for South Uist community centre

    £2 million announced at Convention of Highlands and Islands.

  67. National Events Strategy Review: Easy Read version

    Easy Read version of consultation to help shape the review of Scotland's National Events Strategy.

  68. National events strategy review: consultation - Gaelic version

    Gaelic version of consultation to help shape the review of Scotland's national events strategy.

  69. National events strategy review: consultation

    Scotland's National events strategy is being reviewed and updated. This will extend its term to the end of 2035. This survey provides everyone with a role in Scotland’s world-class event industry the chance to shape the sector’s updated strategy.

  70. National events strategy review: business and regulatory impact assessment - partial

    Partial business and regulatory impact assessment (BRIA) for the consultation to help shape the review of Scotland's national events strategy.

  71. The Carer's Assistance (Carer Support Payment) (Scotland) Draft Regulations 2023

    Where Scottish Ministers propose to make regulations under the Social Security (Scotland) Act 2018, they must make proposals publicly available. This page contains draft Carer Support Payment (Scotland) 2023 regulations which were sent to the Scottish Commission on Social Security on 3 March 2023.

  72. Scotland's journey of achieving sustainable procurement outcomes 2002-2022: independent review

    An independent review that looks back over the past twenty years of sustainable public procurement in Scotland and other parts of the UK. The findings showcase how the progressive approach to sustainable procurement in Scotland has achieved jobs, training and other positive outcomes.

  73. Scotland's Blue Economy: current status review

    Describes our starting position in the transition to adopting a Blue Economy approach to marine sectors, communities, and the environment. It provides us with the foundation to consider how we can track our progress and determine if significant and lasting change is occurring.

  74. Participation Framework

    This Framework provides a guide to good practice in participation work across Scottish Government. It provides information about participatory methods and when to use them, the development of an effective participation strategy, and signposts to further resources.

  75. An investment in Scotland’s neighbourhoods

    £27 million to support community projects.

  76. Supporting Scotland’s islands

    Funding package to improve island infrastructure.

  77. Delivering faster internet

    Full fibre broadband network extended.

  78. Launch of Scotland’s Volunteering Action Plan

    Increasing opportunities across Scotland’s communities.

  79. Improving broadband access

    Progress to extend faster broadband to island communities. 

  80. Support for fishing businesses and coastal communities

    Next round of funding announced.

  81. Open Government Action Plan published

    Public to participate in decisions on health and climate change.

  82. New funding for resilient and sustainable islands

    £4 million investment announced for Scotland’s islands.

  83. Funding for sustainable islands

    Additional funding allocated to local island projects.

  84. Promoting healthy and resilient island communities

    Funding allocated to local island projects.

  85. Grants to revitalise neighbourhoods

    Funding of £25 million to support community projects and local economies.

  86. Empowering communities on climate action

    Towns chosen to help drive just transition to net zero.

  87. Creating resilient and sustainable islands

    Funding allocated to local island projects.

  88. Community Land Week

    £1 million to put local assets in the hands of local communities.

  89. Fairer Scotland Duty: guidance for public bodies

    Statutory guidance for public sector bodies subject to the Fairer Scotland Duty to help them actively consider how they can reduce inequalities of outcome caused by socio-economic disadvantage, when making strategic decisions.

  90. Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 - asset transfers: social value guidance

    Guidance on social value for the relevant authorities when they are considering asset transfer applications, and should be considered as one part of their overall decision making process.

  91. Islands bond: consultation

    The Scottish Government has made a commitment to developing an Islands Bond - offering 100 bonds of up to £50,000 to young people and families to stay in or to move to islands currently threatened by depopulation. This consultation is inviting comments to inform the development of this policy.

  92. Maoin ùr air fhosgladh airson coimhearsnachdan eileanach

    A’ lìbhrigeadh ath-shlànachadh eaconamach uaine.

  93. New fund opens for island communities

    Delivering a green economic recovery.

  94. New plan for Social Enterprises

    Additional investment of more than £5 million.

  95. Helping communities recover from the pandemic

    Commitment to tackle inequality.

  96. Connecting Scotland

    Investment in digital inclusion exceeds £48 million.

  97. Third Sector Growth Fund

    £30 million for charities and social enterprise.

  98. Helping communities through the pandemic

    More than £1 billion invested over the last year.

  99. A new standard for housing

    Ensuring equal quality of homes.

  100. Tackling Child Poverty

    Further £7 million to combat inequality.

  101. Inclusive participation in rural Scotland: research report

    Preliminary exploration report details the findings of research into barriers to participation facing lesser heard voices in the context of rural Scotland. Specifically, it focuses on the LGBTI community, disabled people, carers and ethnic minorities.

  102. Launch of £15 million Scottish Community Lenders Fund

    Affordable credit as we emerge from COVID-19.

  103. Launch of £7 million Equality and Human Rights Fund

    Projects invited to apply for support.

  104. New grant for local projects

    Scotland Loves Local encourages community shopping.

  105. Rebuilding a fairer Scotland after COVID-19

    Expertise and experience wanted to help tackle poverty and inequality.

  106. Boost for Scottish youth work

    New fund to help education recovery from COVID-19.

  107. Building resilience for island communities

    £2 million for locally-led green recovery.

  108. Regenerating communities

    £30 million to support economic recovery.

  109. Support for coastal communities

    £9.7 million of Scottish Crown Estate revenue to be distributed. 

  110. Wellbeing Fund open for bids

    Charities invited to apply for cash help.

  111. Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 - participation requests: evaluation

    Independent evaluation assessing the implementation of part 3 of the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 – participation requests.

  112. More funding for community regeneration

    Further £25 million investment to tackle inequality.

  113. Community ownership is increasing across Scotland

    An Official Statistics Publication for Scotland.

  114. New £11.5 million fund to tackle poverty and inequality

    Empowering local communities.

  115. Community-led design initiatives: evaluation

    Findings from an evaluation of community–led design initiatives funded by the Scottish Government: the Charrette Mainstreaming Programme and the Making Places initiative.

  116. Allotments: guidance for local authorities

    Guidance on certain sections of Part 9 of the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015: Allotments.

  117. Citizens’ Assembly of Scotland

    First step to set up new Assembly to help shape Scotland’s future.

  118. Communities want more local powers

    Initial findings published of review into the devolution of local powers.

  119. Investing in communities

    New £11.5 million fund open for applications.  

  120. Good practice principles for renewable energy developments consultation: analysis of responses

    In 2018, we reviewed and consulted on our good practice principles for: community benefits from onshore renewable energy developments, shared ownership of onshore renewable energy developments, and community benefits from offshore renewable energy developments. 

  121. £2 million for Highland communities

    New funding for local services.  

  122. Tackling social isolation and loneliness

    World-leading strategy to connect our communities

  123. ‘Shop Social’ this Christmas

    Additional funding to strengthen the social enterprise sector.

  124. Allotments: duty to prepare a food growing strategy - guidance for local authorities

    Statutory guidance for local authorities to assist them in their duty to prepare a food growing strategy, as set out in part 9, section 119 of the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015.

  125. Environment and Land Reform: relations between non-governmental organisations and community groups

    The report examines relations between non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and community groups in the light of the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 and the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2016.

  126. Scottish Crown Estate

    Bill to give communities a stronger voice.

  127. Communities to shape democracy

    People to have their say on Scotland’s public services.

  128. Climate Challenge Fund

    More than 1,000 community projects have helped cut carbon emissions.

  129. Planning application decision times published

    An Official Statistics Publication for Scotland

  130. Scottish Crown Estate

    Landmark legislation published.

  131. Designing communities

    People to have say in designs for their area.

  132. £14 million for young people and communities

    More than 100 organisations to benefit from funding.

  133. Community ownership is increasing in Scotland

    An Official (Experimental - Data under development) Statistics Publication for Scotland.

  134. Local community land transfer in Skye

    Forestry land at Fairy Pools to be owned by community group.

  135. More choice for communities

    Landmark agreement with COSLA reached.

  136. Supporting local communities

    Funding to tackle poverty.

  137. £1.5m for Community Choices Fund

    People to have more say on how money is spent.

  138. Registration consent granted for Ulva

    Community gains right to register interest in buying island.

  139. Making more of Scotland’s land

    Vision for land rights and responsibilities.

  140. Scottish land rights and responsibilities statement: consultation response report

    Responses to consultation on draft Scottish land rights and responsibilities statement.

  141. Scottish land rights and responsibilities statement

    Statement of land rights and responsibilities in Scotland, as required by Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2016.

  142. Community Empowerment (Registers of Land) (Scotland) Regulations 2016: amended version

    This document has been prepared to assist readers of the Community Empowerment Regulations pertaining to the registers of land.

  143. Urban right to buy

    Community group is first to benefit in urban area.

  144. Community empowerment and common good property: consultation on draft guidance

    Consultation on guidance for local authorities on how to fulfil the requirements of the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015.

  145. Guidance for land owners

    Consultation on best way to engage local communities.

  146. Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015: analysis of consultation on participation requests

    Analysis of responses to the consultation on participation requests as part of the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015.

  147. Scottish Land Fund awards

    11 community groups share £2.1 million to develop community spaces.

  148. Greater power for Scotland's communities.

    Community Empowerment Act

  149. Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015: community transfer bodies' guidance

    A step-by-step guide for community bodies on asset transfer as part of the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015.

  150. Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015: asset transfer guidance for authorities

    A step-by-step guide for relevant authorities on the requirements for dealing with asset transfer requests.

  151. Asset transfer: legislative regulations

    List of original and amended regulations relating to the transfer of assets from public bodies to community groups and organisations.

  152. Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015, part 2 Community Planning: guidance

    This guidance is to help support those who wish to take part in community planning.

  153. Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015, Part 2 Community Planning, Consultation on draft guidance and regulation, Analysis of responses

    An analysis of the responses received to our consultation on draft guidance and regulation.

  154. Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015: asset transfer guidance for community transfer bodies

    Guidance for community bodies on the statutory asset transfer scheme.

  155. Secondary legislation proposals for Part 3A of the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003: the community right to buy abandoned, neglected or detrimental land as introduced by the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015

    Consultation analysis on the Community Right to Buy Abandoned, Neglected or Detrimental Land (also known as Part 3A).

  156. Proposals on secondary legislation the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003 part three: crofting community right to buy as amended by the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015: consultation

    Consultation relating to secondary legislation for the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003 part three, crofting community right to buy as amended by the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015.

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