Below are a selection of useful links. Urras Oighreachd Ghabhsainn is not responsible for the content of external internet sites (except Dùthchas, Loch Stiapabhat and Urras Energy Society).
Community Land Scotland
Community Land Scotland (CLS) represents Scotland’s new generation of community land owners, working to inspire aspirant communities and influence the public policies that can help them. Together the members of CLS are managing some 500,000 acres of land, home to some 25,000 people.
The Crofting Commission regulates and promotes the interests of crofting in Scotland to secure the future of crofting. Creating a well-regulated crofting system that positively contributes to the sustainability of rural communities.
Registers of Scotland (RoS) is the non-ministerial government department responsible for compiling and maintaining 18 public registers, relating to land, property, and other legal documents.
The Scottish Land Court is a court of law. The Court’s jurisdiction is set firmly within the context of Scottish farming. It has authority to resolve a range of disputes including disputes between landlords and tenants, in agriculture and crofting.
Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) is funded by the Scottish Government, to promote, care for, and improve our natural heritage; help people enjoy nature responsibly; enable greater understanding and awareness of nature; and promote the sustainable use of Scotland's natural heritage.
Urras Energy Society was set up to offer an opportunity to invest in a community renewables development and manage the assets over the longer term. It has a co-operative structure with community benefit objectives and, following the share offer, its membership now comprises individuals, businesses and organisations.
VisitScotland is Scotland’s national tourist board, working closely with private businesses, public agencies and local authorities. We work to ensure that our visitors experience the very best of Scotland, that the country makes the most of its outstanding tourism assets and realises its potential.