Community Land Scotland
Timon Moss: Scotland has some catching up to do on community-led housing
Timon Moss, a housing researcher and planner, outlines his vision for a community-led housing model in Scotland, showing real-life examples from the rest of UK and further afield and highlighting legal impediments in Scotland to this model flourishing here
Taking control of labour and land: Housing and workers' rights campaigners join forces
Living Rent and Better Than Zero collaboration launched to make connections between unstable work and housing
A PROGRAMME OF events in Glasgow and Edinburgh this March aims to raise awareness and develop strategies for taking control of labour, land and housing in response to the trend of “precarious living that is wearing down a generation”.
Could community land ownership help tackle isolation in urban areas?
Glasgow event to raise awareness of benefits and barriers to community ownership
COMMUNITY LAND SCOTLAND (CLS) will host an event in community-owned Barmulloch Residents Centre on Tuesday 6 March to highlight the opportunities and challenges of community land ownership in urban areas.
The event is the culmination of a research project on the subject conducted by CLS, which will be published later in March.
Former MSP backs land reform campaign to map communities lost in the Highland Clearances
Rob Gibson argues that proposals to assess ‘no-longer-existing-communities’ for resettlement deserve funding
FORMER SNP MSP Rob Gibson has endorsed the mapping of Scottish communities destroyed in the Highland Clearances as part of a radical resettlement plan by land reform group Community Land Scotland (CLS).
Lorne Macleod: Land Reform Bill is a great step but here's why we must push for greater change
Chair of Community Land Scotland Lorne Macleod says progress on land reform should be applauded but campaigners must keep up the pressure for change to go further
COMMUNITY LAND SCOTLAND was formed in late 2010 because it was felt the momentum had gone out of land reform in Scotland.