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A development in Dorchester could be a model for affordable housing, and the 50th victim of the Grenfell fire is identified
By: Roseanna Cunningham
Date: January 4th 2017
Source: Scottish Housing News
Overall funding for land reform will be increased by £3.4 million in 2017, with the existing Scottish Land Fund budget maintained at £10m, the Scottish Government has announced.
By: Michael Gray
Date: November 11th 2016
Source: Common Space
Scottish Government proposes team to take forward land reform aims
THE FIRST COMMISSIONERS to Scotland’s land agency to tackle centuries of land inequalities in the country have been proposed by the Scottish Government.
Author: Chris Arsenault | @chrisarsenaul
Date: June 2nd, 2016
Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation
A row between the Peru government and a UK-listed cacao producer accused of illegally destroying Amazon rainforest has prompted land rights campaigners to call for the removal of the company from trading on the London stock exchange.
The fourth UK Land Policy Forum will take place at the Overseas Development Institute on 26 April, 1:00pm – 5:00pm.
For those planning to join in person:
The Land Registration Act 2002 makes provision about land registration and in particular provides for the appointment of the Chief Land Registrar. These Regulations make provision for the carrying out of the Chief Land Registrar's functions during any vacancy in that office. Regulation 2 makes provision for the appointment.
This Act, governing forestry contains, after amendments made to it, virtually all statute law relating to forestry in the Great Britain. The provisions of the Act concentrate almost exclusively on forestry administration and related matters and the powers of an authority here continued, the Forestry Commissioners, to control felling. The Commissioners, established by the 1919 Forestry Act, are charged with the general duty of promoting the interests of Forestry, with the development of afforestation and the production and supply of timber and other forest products in Great Britain (sect.