David Johnstone
  David Johnstone



19/01/2017
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2016 in review and a look ahead to 2017

Looking back… On behalf of everyone at Scottish Land & Estates I would like to wish you a very Happy New Year! The past year has seen a number of significant events and changes which will impact on landownership and land management in Scotland, and looking at our calendar for the year ahead, I’m sure
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01/03/2016
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The Scottish Government’s vision for land reform

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Members of Scottish Land & Estates are firmly of the view that the use of land is as important – perhaps more – as who owns it. We believe in diversity of ownership and no matter who owns land, making the most of it for widespread benefit is a common goal. One thing that is
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19/09/2014
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Landowners’ Commitment Launched

The launch of the landowners’ charter earlier this week reflects our deep-rooted desire to express the positive story of landowners in Scotland. In the days since the charter was launched, we have experienced a hugely encouraging reaction to the commitments we have set out. Why? Because most know that the vast majority of landowners already
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