Understanding what land reform can do for Scotland involves first of all understanding what land reform is actually about.
Contrary to how it is often portrayed; it is not a process concerning only community landownership or farming tenants or indeed rural Scotland. It is in fact a process of reforming the legal, fiscal and administrative framework governing all land in Scotland. It is about how land is owned, occupied, taxed, inherited, and used from the centre of Glasgow to the island of Rockall in the North Atlantic.
See attachment from Andy Wightman.