Appointment of the Scottish Land Commissioners and the Tenant Farming Commissioner

 

About the Inquiry

The Land Reform Act 2016 provided for the establishment of a Scottish Land Commission.  Part 2 of the Act states that the Scottish Land Commission should consist of five Land Commissioners and a Tenant Farming Commissioner.  While these appointments are to be made by Scottish Ministers, they must also be approved by the Scottish Parliament.

Timetable

The Committee took evidence from the nominees to the Scottish Land Commission on 29 November 2016. 

Evidence

The Committee was provided with biographies of the nominees which can be found in the papers for the Committee's meeting of 29 November 2016. 

Correspondence

Report

The Committee published its report on the appointment of the Scottish Land Commissioners and the Tenant Farming Commissioner on 8 December 2016:

4th Report 2016 (Session 5): Appointment of the Scottish Land Commissioners and the Tenant Farming Commissioner  

 
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