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Recent legislative reforms aim to secure the future of crofting by sustaining and enhancing the population of crofting communities, improving local involvement in and accountability for crofting administration, and safeguarding land held in crofting tenure.
With almost 20,000 registered crofts, crofting makes a significant contribution to the economic, social and environmental life of rural Scotland.
The amending legislation forms an important part of the Scottish Government's programme of land reform. Key features include:-
Derek Flyn, Solicitor, is crofting law consultant to Inksters and Keith Graham is the former Principal Clerk to the Scottish Land Court