Who owns Scotland now?: the use and abuse of private land
Investigating the influence of landowners in Scotland today, this text asks such questions as: should areas containing internationally important species and habitats be sold to the highest bidder?; and should vast areas of Scotland be treated as occasional homes by wealthy foreigners?
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THE TOP TWENTY LANDOWNERS IN SCOTLAND?
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