Latest News

Ayrshire Priority Catchment Diffuse Pollution update

SEPA have provided us with the following updates:-

  • The River Ayr visits are 99% complete and revisits to the units already inspected will commence in March
  • Visits to non-agricultural land managers will also commence in March
  • 2 events are being organised for April - a river engineering workshop and an alternative access to water workshop (full details to follow)
  • SEPA will have a stand at Scotsheep 2012 at Dumfries House
  • A detailed report containing all information on the River Ayr visits should be provided at the end of March

In addition, the Doon Catchment Characterisation Report Summary document is available to view by clicking here

Should you have any queries in relation to the above, please contact Lucy Filby on 01292 294023

 

Initiative shows how wildlife management by Scottish landowners delivers many benefits to communities...
Read more

Scottish Land & Estates believes that the debate about the future of rural policy...
Read more

2017 Scottish Rural Business Directory in association with Subaru, Download


Scottish Land & Estates is divided into 5 regions...
Read more

See copies of members’ magazine...
Read more

Non-member?
See 4 free copies...
Read more

No current vacancies
Read more