Offering Land

See below for the growing list of information resources we have relating to the topic Offering Land, which will be particularly relevant to landowners and organisations looking to find out about turning over land for community use. These resources may include publications, websites, useful organisations, research and media files. You can filter results further using the drop down box below. And if there is anything you think should be added to the list then please let us know!

This guide aims to encourage Scotland’s landowners to make more land available for community growing provide key information on issues such as...

This generic guide takes landowners through the process involved in allowing a community garden to set up operation on your land. It gives...

The aim of this document is to aid communication between a community group and landowner, regarding a proposed project on a piece of land. By...

This guidance is aimed at Registered Social Landlords such as housing associations which may want to get involved in community gardening or design...

When land is going to be taken on for a community gardening project or any other food-growing project, it is usual to have a discussion about rent...

Community gardens value their local natural environments and are keen to look after native ecosystems. However, some may overlook the habitat...

A video from Shared Assets about a new community interest company being spun out from the woodland service at Wycombe District Council to manage...

The former site of the Fountain Brewery in the Fountainbridge area of central Edinburgh, which has been earmarked for development in the future,...

If you have a community garden or other growing space, you may want to consider keeping bees.  You could look after them yourself, or offer a site...

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