New Marine Tourism Strategy in Scotland supported
23 November 2015
The Crown Estate believes that community-driven development will be key to the success of Scotland’s marine tourism action plan. The plan, being launched today by the Marine Tourism Development Group, has the aim of boosting the economic value of marine tourism in Scotland from £360 million to £450 million a year by 2020.
As one of the partners in the plan’s development we believe that the commitment and capability of coastal communities will be central to the plan’s success. This is based on our experience of developing ‘Local Management Agreements’ around Scotland’s coast.
Glenlivet Estate seeks cycling footage for digital project
13 August 2015
BikeGlenlivet on the Glenlivet Estate is looking for cycling footage to use in short films about the trails, and they can even provide the cameras!
Three new films about the trails have just been released, showcasing the BikeGlenlivet centre, the Red Trail and the Blue Trail. Produced as part of the Highland & Islands Enterprise Digital Tourism Project, the films are being used to help market the bike trails throughout the UK.
Watch the videos here:
Scotland Bulletin Autumn 2014
01 December 2014
Aquaculture, tourism and offshore renewables are vital sectors for a prosperous Scottish economy. In our latest edition of the Scotland Bulletin we show how The Crown Estate links into these sectors, helping to create the relationships and support that bring plans and projects to fruition.
Download the bulletin: Scotland Bulletin Autumn 2014
(PDF, 1.595 MB)
Partnering with the Moredun Foundation
06 November 2014
This November we are partnering with the Moredun Research Institute to hold an animal health roadshow for our tenants and farming partners at Glenlivet and Fochabers. The Moredun Foundation is committed to promoting animal health and welfare through research and education and will help support livestock businesses on our estates.