The Crofting Commission is required to give notice to crofters to make an annual declaration on the state of their croft through the Crofting Census. This is a legislative duty which was implemented as part of the Crofting Reform (Scotland) Act 2010.
Crofters are asked to provide information on whether they are complying with their duties. This will help to establish a clear picture of the current state of crofting and enable the Commission to build up the evidence base for the value of crofting. With the information provided, the Commission will be able to better understand and raise issues facing the future of crofting.
Crofters can contribute to the future of their crofts and communities by:
What are the duties of a crofter?
The Crofting Commission are on hand to support and advise crofters on the various options available to them in complying with their duties.
All crofters must have completed and returned their 2016 census form(s) by 31 March 2017. If you have any questions please call, or email, and we’ll be happy to assist you with your query. T:01463 663439 E:firstname.lastname@example.org