The Commission on Local Tax Reform operated independently of any organisation and brought expertise and experience together from across Scotland to examine alternatives that could deliver a fairer system of local taxation in Scotland.
The Commission looked at the evidence about how Scotland’s system of local taxation might improve. Most importantly of all, it listened to the views of people and communities in Scotland about what happens now, and what the future might be.   The Commission presented its final report on 14 December 2015.
You can find out more by reading the Commission’s remit. You can also find out about the principles that the Commission adopted to guide its work.