Scottish Land Commission

Driving land reform

The Scottish Land Commission’s purpose is to provide direction, leadership and strategic thought to land reform in Scotland.  In doing so we will support and enable the realisation of the Scottish Government’s vision of a Scotland where the ownership, management and use of land and buildings contributes to the collective benefit of everybody.

In our first year of operation and beyond, we hope to meet as many interested organisations and individuals as possible. We will endeavour to:

  • work for all of Scotland’s people,
  • ensure that our decisions and recommendations are thoroughly evidence-based,
  • place a high value on innovation, and
  • be an open, transparent and outward facing organisation.



Read our latest guest blog by Laurie Macfarlane on the housing land market in Scotland

Published Codes of Practice

Read our Tenant Farmers latest Code of Practice

Blog 2

Head of Policy and Research, Shona Glenn, looks at land value taxation – read more here