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Scotland: Budget increased to bring greater transparency to land reform

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.

Scotland: Will they deliver? The six commissioners proposed to advance land reform

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. 

Making Land Work: Case Studies in Collaboration

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The report utilises four case studies of shared management of different environmental assets that are in private, charitable, local and national public ownership. It identifies some of the benefits of shared management, the success factors that make collaborative approaches work, and the particular role of intermediaries in the process.This work was undertaken as part of the Clore Social Leadership Programme.

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October 2013
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Clore Social Leadership

Community Management of Local Authority Woodlands in England

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The report was commissioned by Forest Research, and reviews the data available on the management of woodlands by local authorities in England. The report focuses on the extent to which community groups and social enterprises are involved in their management.

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December 2013
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Forest Research

Woodland Social Enterprise in England

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This report was commissioned by the Forestry Commission to better understand the current woodland social enterprise sector in England. It provides evidence of a fledgling but very diverse sector with significant innovation. It discusses the definition of “woodland social enterprise”, the potential size of this sector, and suggests indicators for measuring future growth.

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December 2013
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Co-op Culture
Forestry Commission England

Woodland Social Enterprise in Wales

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This report was commissioned by Natural Resources Wales to better understand the woodland social enterprise sector in Wales. Findings include the landscape of the sector, what enterprises are doing, and what potential there is for the sector to grow.

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March 2014
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Natural Resources Wales