MSP Gil Paterson has urged his constituents to raise questions to the Scottish Land Commission when it visits Clydebank soon.
The newly-formed organisation will be speaking to members of the public on Thursday September 21 from 7pm in Clydebank Town Hall, with tea and coffee provided.
It is part of a drive to inform the public about the main duties and tasks of the Scottish Land Commission and why it was set up.
The commission was formed to conduct studies into the effect of law, policies and practices on rights in management and use of land in Scotland.
Billed as a Meet and Greet, Mr Paterson has welcomed the move and encouraged constituents to make use of the “unique” and “informative” event.
He said: “Scotland’s landscape is world famous and should be available for everyone to enjoy. The Scottish Land Commission exists for that very reason and to ensure our amazing land is treated well and is managed within the confines of the law. I hope constituents can make it to the event to raise their own thoughts and questions to the representatives about how land reform could take place in Scotland.”
More information on the Scottish Land Commission website: http://landcommission.gov.scot/2017/08/meet-greet-glasgow/
Press releases prepared by Alan Ferguson, Gil Paterson MSP's communications manager, who can be contacted at email@example.com or 07342 061722..