Review of the effectiveness of current community ownership mechanisms and of options for supporting the expansion of community ownership in Scotland

Rob Mc Morran, Anna Lawrence, Jayne Glass, Jon Hollingdale, Annie McKee, Diane Campbell, Malcolm Combe

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned Report

Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationUnited Kingdom
PublisherScottish Land Commission
Commissioning bodyScottish Land Commission
Number of pages90
Publication statusPublished - 23 Nov 2018

Keywords

  • community ownership
  • community right to buy
  • public asset transfer
  • negotiated sales
  • land reform
  • Scotland

Cite this

Mc Morran, R., Lawrence, A., Glass, J., Hollingdale, J., McKee, A., Campbell, D., & Combe, M. (2018). Review of the effectiveness of current community ownership mechanisms and of options for supporting the expansion of community ownership in Scotland. United Kingdom: Scottish Land Commission.

Review of the effectiveness of current community ownership mechanisms and of options for supporting the expansion of community ownership in Scotland. / Mc Morran, Rob; Lawrence, Anna; Glass, Jayne; Hollingdale, Jon; McKee, Annie; Campbell, Diane; Combe, Malcolm.

United Kingdom : Scottish Land Commission, 2018. 90 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned Report

Mc Morran, R, Lawrence, A, Glass, J, Hollingdale, J, McKee, A, Campbell, D & Combe, M 2018, Review of the effectiveness of current community ownership mechanisms and of options for supporting the expansion of community ownership in Scotland. Scottish Land Commission, United Kingdom.
Mc Morran R, Lawrence A, Glass J, Hollingdale J, McKee A, Campbell D et al. Review of the effectiveness of current community ownership mechanisms and of options for supporting the expansion of community ownership in Scotland. United Kingdom: Scottish Land Commission, 2018. 90 p.
Mc Morran, Rob ; Lawrence, Anna ; Glass, Jayne ; Hollingdale, Jon ; McKee, Annie ; Campbell, Diane ; Combe, Malcolm. / Review of the effectiveness of current community ownership mechanisms and of options for supporting the expansion of community ownership in Scotland. United Kingdom : Scottish Land Commission, 2018. 90 p.
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