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The way land is owned and used affects the quality of life for everyone in Scotland. People and organisations that make decisions relating to land, in urban and rural Scotland, should recognise and act in line with their responsibilities, as well as their rights.

The series of protocols set out how landowners, land managers land communities can work together to make better – and fairer – decisions about land use.

This webinar will look at the Community Engagement and Transparency of Ownership and Land Use protocols. These set out how and when land owners should engage with the local community when making decisions about land use and also the information that should be provided by land owners and managers to help improve the transparency and understanding of who owns land in Scotland and what it is used for.

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