Dukes, aristocrats and tycoons

Who owns Scotland?

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Abstract

Scotland's land ownership has prompted decades of debate and a series of reforms. It’s estimated that fewer than 500 people own half the country’s privately-owned rural land.

But is it important who the land belongs to?
Original languageEnglish
TypeVideo feature on BBC News
Media of outputWeb video
PublisherBBC News
Publication statusPublished - 21 Aug 2019

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Dukes, aristocrats and tycoons : Who owns Scotland? / Combe, Malcolm M.

BBC News. 2019, Video feature on BBC News.

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