The historic roots of inequality can be found in the uneven distribution of land, the rights given to those who own it, and the rights taken from those who don’t.

The Land Justice Network is a non-hierarchical network of groups and individuals including academics, housing activists, architects, ramblers, coders, musicians, planners, artists, landworkers and bird watchers who recognise that present land use and ownership are the result of policies and decisions that have little basis in social justice or in considerations of the common good.

For a full statement of aims and values please see Our Common Ground statement and subscribe to our mailing list to stay in the loop.