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Assessors

An Assessor is a person appointed by the Crofting Commission with knowledge on crofting, who lives in the crofting areas and assists the Commission on matters related to crofting in that area.  An Assessor is also a point of contact for crofters in their area to provide advice and guidance on crofting matters.
 

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.

 

Find out more about the Assessors with a little insight into their life and region in our regular feature 'Spotlight On'

 

Please click here to view a list of Assessors and the areas they cover. A map of the Assessors areas and the parishes they cover can be found below:

Shetland

Orkney and Caithness

West Mainland

Highland and Moray

Skye and Argyll

Western Isles

 

Information on the role and Code of Conduct for Assessors can be found here.

 

The Crofting Commission held their second Assessors Seminar on 19 & 20 November 2014, and it provided a real opportunity for the whole of the Assessors network to get together with Commissioners, staff from the Crofting Commission and staff from the area SGRPID offices, to compare notes and discuss the relevant crofting issues of the day.  Download the Assessors Seminar Report to find out more.

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