There are strong connections between land reform and broader health and wellbeing. Land use decisions are being recognised for their significant impacts on health outcomes and health inequalities. In previous blogs in this 'Land &' series, it has been suggested that the ownership of land may also play a role, with community land ownership proposed as a potential means through which health and wellbeing can be improved. In this blog, Dr Bobby Macaulay outlines the practical means through which community land ownership can improve health in Scotland.
|Publication status||Published - 12 Oct 2021|