The Crofting Commission regulates
and promotes the interests of crofting in Scotland
to secure the future of crofting.

Statement from the Crofting Commission


The Crofting Commission issued the following statement at its Board meeting today:

The Commission wish to reassure shareholders that it is committed to assisting all common grazings committees and clerks to self-regulate within the provisions of crofting legislation and will work with them to do so.

To support this, it is important that all shareholders have the fullest information about the differing roles and duties of the grazings committee and the grazings clerk.

The committee are responsible for managing the rights of all crofters within the common grazings in accordance with their own, approved regulations.

The role of the clerk is to receive and pay-out all shareholders monies in accordance with their approved regulations as set out in the Crofting Act 1993.

With this in mind the Commission has arranged to meet with the shareholders in both Upper Coll and Mangersta Common Grazings in mid-May to advance the process which has already begun in these townships.

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