Land reform in a Net Zero Nation: consultation paper
The next Land Reform Bill will make important changes to the framework of law and policy that govern the system of ownership, management and use of land in Scotland. This consultation sets out the Scottish Government's proposals for the Bill and seeks views on a range of land-related issues.
Part 13: Assessing impact
The final section of this consultation is dedicated to questions around the impact of policy, and we encourage anyone who has relevant information to contribute to our call for evidence.
Q45. Are you aware of any examples of how the proposals in this consultation might impact, positively or negatively, on island communities in a way that is different from the impact on mainland areas?
Q46. Are you aware of any examples of particular current or future impacts, positive or negative, on young people, (children, pupils, and young adults up to the age of 26) of any aspect of the proposals in this consultation?
Q47. Are you aware of any examples of how the proposals in this consultation may impact, either positively or negatively, on those with protected characteristics (age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation)?
Q48. Are you aware of any examples of potential impacts, either positive or negative, that you consider any of the proposals in this consultation may have on the environment?
Q49. Are you aware of any examples of how the proposals in this consultation might impact, positively or negatively, on groups or areas at socioeconomic disadvantage (such as income, low wealth or area deprivation)?
Q50. Are you aware of any potential costs and burdens that you think may arise as a result of the proposals within this consultation?
Q51. Are you aware of any impacts, positive or negative, of the proposals in this consultation on data protection or privacy?
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