Working to create a Scotland where everybody can benefit from the ownership and use of the nation’s land and buildings, discover the Scottish Land Commission’s range of resources.
Community Land Scotland represents Scotland’s new generation of community land owners, working to inspire aspirant communities and influence the public policies that can help them
Glasgow and the Clyde Valley is a pilot project by Community Land Scotland, with the aim of focusing resources on the Glasgow and Clyde Valley are to encourage and enable more community ownership.
Community Ownership Support ServiceCOSS supports community based groups in Scotland take a stake in or ownership of previously publicly owned land or buildings, and advises relevant authorities on the asset transfer process.
DTAS uses its expertise to inform, support and represent Scotland’s network of development trusts, facilitating the sharing of knowledge and expertise and encouraging mutualism and co-operation
Green Action Trust is the trusted delivery partner focussed on environmental and regeneration outcomes for Scotland, planning, collaborating and delivering positive action across the country to achieve Scotland’s climate change ambition
Find out more about the work Historic Environment Scotland is doing to empower and support communities in championing their heritage, and discover the range of resources on offer for you and your community
The local authority register on MyGov.Scot allows you to see the full list of local authorities in the country, with lists of services and resources available to people and businesses
Scotland’s leading place and active citizenship charity, helping people understand the place where they live by offering impartial advice, skills training, and a free, impartial, confidential planning advice service
A resource hub from the Registers of Scotland to help you find information including land owners, property prices, property documents and check if a property is on the land register
STP is Scotland’s nation towns’ collective, representing and promoting the diversity of our towns and places, and supporting those organisations and groups that have an interest in or ownership of them
Scottish Government’s Community Right to Buy allows communities in Scotland to apply to register an interest in land and the opportunity to buy that land when it comes up for sale
This map, from Community Enterprise, illustrates how Scotland’s social enterprises link together. It is designed for community groups, third sector organisations, social enterprises and social entrepreneurs