An Assessor is a person appointed by the Crofting Commission with knowledge on crofting, who lives in the crofting areas and is a point of contact for crofters to provide advice and guidance on crofting matters. They also assist the Commission on matters related to crofting.
A new panel of Assessors was appointed on 1st November 2012. Their 5-year period of office will continue to provide the Crofting Commission with a highly valued link with crofting communities. The network covers an extensive area with around 100 parishes represented.
Please see below for a list of Assessors and the areas they cover. Information on the role and Code of Conduct for Assessors and maps of the Assessors areas and the parishes they cover can also be found below: