Aileen McLeod
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Scottish land reform plans scrutinised

The Scottish government's plans for land reform have come under scrutiny at a conference in Edinburgh.

Aileen McLeod, the minister for environment, climate change and land reform, laid out the government's plans to the meeting of landowners from across the country.

Holyrood's Land Reform Bill is due to be published before the summer. Ministers have pledged to deliver radical change while the owners of sporting estates are worried.

BBC Scotland's environment correspondent David Miller reports.

  • 19 May 2015