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Chris Reid
Borders Forestry Ltd
07511 734589
Borders Forestry LTD is run by Director Chris Reid. He has 13 years of forest industry experience, specialising in the forest establishment sector. Chris established Borders Forestry Ltd 5 years ago, building an experienced tree planning team whose emphasis is on quality. We ensure all our work is driven by quality to guarantee all our clients’ expectations and needs are met and out team members have all the relevant training and certificated to successfully establish any clients’ woodlands. If you are looking to plant up some of your land, please get in touch. We can put you in touch with management companies who can design schemes and apply for the appropriate grants on your behalf.
Bowlts Chartered Surveyors
0131 248 2570
We offer specialist professional advice in a range of services including farm and estate management, forestry, estate agency, planning, architecture, surveying and mapping, compensation and compulsory purchase, renewable energy and valuations. We are committed to providing services tailored to our clients’s needs; both traditional and modern, embracing the latest technology whilst remaining passionate about offering a high quality, personal approach.
Quality Craftsmanship. Guaranteed.
Brian Wear Joiner & Contractor Ltd
07877576985
Established in 2010 and based in Newstead with workshop premises at Charlesfield, Brian Wear Joiner & Contractor Ltd undertake all types of joinery work regardless of size. Specialising in timber frame kits for bespoke new builds and renovating estate owned buildings and barns. Our aim is to work closely with all our clients ensuring all work undertaken is finished to the highest standard.
Simon Hamlyn [CEO]
British Hydropower Association
01258 840934
The British Hydropower Association is the professional trade body representing the interests of the UK hydropower industry, including tidal range, and its associated stakeholders in the wider community at regional, national and global levels. The association is not government funded and membership is open to any organisation or individual involved in or with an interest in hydropower. Members include design and consulting engineers in all disciplines, developers/owners, contractors, operators, all-scale generators, equipment and component manufacturers and suppliers, project managers, financiers and investors, insurers, environmental specialists and membership organisations. The BHA has grown since its establishment as a trade association in the mid-1990s, and we have continued to move from strength to strength, raising our profile and being recognised as the leading representative of the UK hydropower industry.
Simon Hamlyn [CEO]
British Hydropower Association
01258 840934
The British Hydropower Association is the professional trade body representing the interests of the UK hydropower industry, including tidal range, and its associated stakeholders in the wider community at regional, national and global levels. The association is not government funded and membership is open to any organisation or individual involved in or with an interest in hydropower. Members include design and consulting engineers in all disciplines, developers/owners, contractors, operators, all-scale generators, equipment and component manufacturers and suppliers, project managers, financiers and investors, insurers, environmental specialists and membership organisations. The BHA has grown since its establishment as a trade association in the mid-1990s, and we have continued to move from strength to strength, raising our profile and being recognised as the leading representative of the UK hydropower industry.
British Trout Association
0131 472 4080
The British Trout Association was set up in 1983 and represents in the region of 80% of trout production in the UK. It has over 100 members made up of trout farmers, feed suppliers and a number of aquacultural academics. The Association is entirely funded by trout farmers and feed suppliers and receives no direct funding from the Government. The British Trout Association Ltd (BTA) represents the UK trout farming industry and aims to provide a legislative framework for the industry, to support research and development and to promote marketing activities within the industry.
Brodies LLP
0131 228 3777
Brodies is renowned for its expertise and understanding of the key issues important to the Scottish rural community. Brodies provides a one-stop legal service to landed estates and rural businesses of all types and sizes. Enlightened thinking influences the way that modern estates are managed and we understand the role that lawyers have to play. Through our top ranked legal knowledge, commercial acumen and creative approach we consistently add value to clients’ businesses and offer innovative solutions to the problems and challenges that they face.
Harry Preston
Brownfield First Ltd
07874 014448
Brownfield First (established by Harry Preston) is a specialist consultancy supporting the redevelopment of disused or derelict land. Completed investigations include residential and commercial developments on agricultural sites such as intensive farms, sheep dips, derelict steadings, sawmills and infilled ground - as well as former railway land, and the coal mining legacy areas of central Scotland. As a member of the Public Health Team in Stirling Council, I worked closely with Planning and Building Standards. I appreciate that the regulatory system and associated planning conditions can be complex, and that procedures vary greatly between local authorities. Therefore, I take a consultative approach to each project and ‘walk it’ through the system. SL&E members: please do not hesitate to contact me if you think I can be of assistance. I am always happy to discuss your development plans (on site, if possible) even if you just want a second opinion.
Buccleuch Estates
0131 524 0910
Buccleuch represents the business interests of the Buccleuch family, who can trace their ancestry back to 12th century Scotland. It is a diverse modern enterprise focused on all aspects of sustainable land use. At the heart of the Buccleuch business is a vast land resource supporting surrounding communities in many ways. The land owned by Buccleuch provides a platform for economic activities ranging from renewable energy, commercial property development and tourism, alongside traditional land uses of farming, forestry and shooting.