Towards a Land Reform Bill workshop

Workshop One: Land taxation to benefit the many, not the few

This will run from 13:00 – 16:30 at UCL on Saturday 16th September 2017
(University College London, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT)

Please sign up here – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/towards-a-land-reform-bill-land-taxation-to-benefit-the-many-not-the-few-tickets-37268716735

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The Land Conference 2015, Totnes

On 21st March 2015 130 people attended a one-day conference in Totnes to explore ‘How can we grow a proper relationship between people and place?’

They made a seven minute film and conference report, which provides links to audio recordings of the presentations that were given.

The speakers (with links to videos of their talks) were:

Tal Leshem                    Who does the land REALLY belong to: a moral perspective

Jonty Williams               Economics for taking care of the Earth

Julian Pratt                     Stewardship – an alternative to owning the Earth

Simon Fairlie                  Radical approaches to accessing land

Jyoti Fernandez              Access to land –an international perspective

Toni Spencer (Part 1)     Poems for and from the Devon Land Conference

Toni Spencer (Part 2)