Scottish Government launches consultation in Fife on new Land Reform Bill

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The Scottish Government has launched a consultation in Fife on its new Land Reform Bill.

It's scheduled to be introduced by the end of next year, with the consultation running through its website.

The government is proposing "transformative changes" in the way Scottish land is used and managed in order to make sure there is greater benefit to communities and the environment.

Scotland's Land Reform Minister visited The Ecology Centre in Kinghorn to formally launch the consultation today, which runs until 25 September later this year.

Anas Hassan, our Kingdom FM reporter, had a chat with Màiri McAllan MSP, who is keen to find out people's views, regardless of where they live nationwide:

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