Thursday, September 23, 2021
Landlords

Scotland’s first tenant farming commissioner to improve landlords-tenants relations

Scotland’s first tenant farming commissioner is on a mission to improve relations between landlords and tenants.

Bob McIntosh forms part of a team of six commissioners at the newly established Scottish Land Commission, which is based in Inverness.

He will oversee tenant farming relations, while the other five commissioners will be tasked with reviewing law and policy and making recommendations to government minister on any matter relating to Scotland’s land.

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