Tag Archives: Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003

Some challenges for public access to land in Scotland: daunering with drones or dugs

The Scottish right of responsible access (aka the right to roam) is something that is now suitably nestled in Scots law. That notwithstanding, as noted on this blog before disputes occasionally flare up, although generally it seems fair to say … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on legal blogging, with reference to raptor persecution, surveillance and access to land

As mentioned on this blog before, I have a role in relation to the School of Law at the University of Aberdeen’s blog. This has been a useful forum for colleagues and for me, with a number of spin-offs in … Continue reading

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A call to trespass, or harmonising access to land in England & Wales with Scotland

A few days ago, a lively debate cropped up about access to land in England and Wales, primarily as a result of this tweet and related tweets by the campaigning journalist and author George Monbiot. Monbiot clarified his remarks later, … Continue reading

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