Our urban portfolio predominately comprises office, retail, leisure and residential holdings within our core sectors of London's West End and prime retail across the UK. Our strategy is to take advantage of a dominant position to deliver returns which are superior to the market.
We are a key player in supporting the delivery of a diverse and secure energy supply for the UK.
We manage virtually the entire seabed out to the 12 nautical mile territorial limit, as well as around half of the foreshore.
The rural estate comprises the agricultural, mineral and forestry estates in England, Scotland and Wales, as well as residential and commercial property.
The Windsor estate covers approximately 6,400 hectares and includes Windsor Great Park, the Home Park of Windsor Castle, extensive forests, residential and commercial properties, golf courses, a racecourse and let farms.
The third group of structures / installations to be built as part of the Scottish Scenic Routes’ initiative has been launched, and included in the three distinct sites is one near Tomintoul, within the Cairngorms National Park, on land managed by The Crown Estate.
The competition is open to young architects and landscape architects within five years of having completed RIBA Part II or the achievement of Graduate landscape Architect status.
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:
Conservationists studying little terns nesting on The Crown Estate's Chesil Beach have discovered that during their migrations two of the nesting residents have notched up over 100,000 km each.
Gary Thompson, Coastal Manager, said: “We are delighted to have been able to support the little tern project since its inception and today’s fantastic news of its continued success demonstrates what can be achieved through dedication and working in partnership.”
The Chesil Beach Little Tern Project is a partnership between RSPB, Natural England, Crown Estate, Portland Court Leet, Dorset Wildlife Trust and the Chesil and Fleet Nature Reserve.
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