Publication - Research and analysis

Exploring Barriers to Community Land-Based Activities

Published: 25 Sep 2015
Part of:
Research
ISBN:
9781785446351

This report explores perceptions of the barriers to community land based activities in Scotland

29 page PDF

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29 page PDF

431.1 kB

Contents
Exploring Barriers to Community Land-Based Activities
References

29 page PDF

431.1 kB

References

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