Report calls for a ‘public interest test’ on Scottish estate sales to tackle ‘the socially corrosive effects of land monopoly’

Scotland’s ‘land monopoly’ is ‘socially corrosive’, argues a major new report from the Scottish Land Commission, as it calls for a new ‘public interest test’ on large-scale land deals.

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