The Crofting Commission regulates
and promotes the interests of crofting in Scotland
to secure the future of crofting.
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Reorganisation Consultations

The Crofting Commission has a statutory duty to consult on any proposed reorganisation schemes. It is important to note that the consultation is limited to only allow the following list to take part:

  1. each crofter who is the tenant of a croft situated in the township;
  2. the landlord of each such croft;
  3. each grazings committee appointed in respect of any common grazing shared in by each such crofter;
  4. each owner-occupier crofter whose croft is situated in the township;
  5. each person occupying land which is contiguous to a croft situated in the township
  6. the owner of, and each person who holds shares in, a common grazing associated with the township;
  7. the owner of and each person occupying land in the vicinity that the reorganisation scheme proposes to include

For more information on reorganisation schemes see section 38 of the Crofters (Scotland) Act 1993.

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