First of all in a meritocracy only those with merit deserve a slice of the land, so that people should apply and then be trained in financial management, environmental care, farming skills etc etc before they are given the land.
That way the people who get the land are people who are trained, dedicated, intelligent and skilled enough to ensure the land will not be damaged or squandered. Everyone can apply for a plot, they then have to be trained and if they pass they get a plot.
That way the undeserving rich, whose sole claim on the land is that they were the 1 sperm in 20 million that managed to find the egg, are not replaced by the undeserving poor.
We are not socialists who want an equality of outcome, but Nationalists who want to create a meritocracy.
Socialism sought to impose equality of outcome via class war, we aim to impose a meritocracy through class equality.
The monarchy will remain the monarchy with their castles and property, but their land holdings will be vastly reduced - so will the Crowns, the government owned land, the land owned by the Church, foreign corporations etc.
Finally the British people whose land was stolen from them via the Enclosures Acts ewc etc will have a chance to get some it back.
Then the land should be given to people solely on the basis that it cannot be sold, traded, used as collateral for loans etc but has to be passed on to their children or in the event of no children be given to another family.
People will EARN their wealth from the work they do on the land, not from the land itself.
That way we avoid the idiots, greedy, lazy getting a big freebie - in a meritocracy only those who demonstrate their merit get a slice of the land.
I also see community owned land plots for community farms to produce local agricultural goods and employ local people on a decent wage, as opposed to immigrant workers on the cheap.
These community farms can also be used to assist the creation of local economies and local currencies to escape the globalist economic nexus which the pound is ensnared within.
Sure the programme will need a lot of work, but the tax the rich policy is hugely popular and this plan will integrate well with our plan for national agricultural self suffiency and also be popular with young people and families.