Community empowerment and Scotland's environment
Community empowerment and land reform is increasingly important in Scotland, supporting the Scottish Government's priority of "putting people in charge". Find out about our approach and the opportunities for your community to get more involved in environmental issues.
Community empowerment provides new opportunities to do more for Scotland's nature. Our approach is to help communities as much as possible.
There are lots of ways in which communities can get involved in environmental issues.
There are various toolkits and other types of support available to help you. You can also learn from examples of good practice elsewhere.
There are lots of ways of getting involved in our work, from volunteering to attending a Board meeting.
This new legislation provides community bodies with a range of new rights and powers.
Find out how to put in a request to participate in the design and delivery of services you use.
Find out how a community body can put in a request to us about the transfer of an asset.
Find out about the land and buildings we own or lease.
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