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Tom Chetwynd MRICS
Chetwynd Rural
07977 516088
With an intimate knowledge of upland estates and extensive experience in deer related matters, Tom Chetwynd is positioned to assist and support clients in identifying and implementing the best practical and legal options to achieve their objectives, in an ever changing environment. Tom has also been successfully involved with both the letting and sale of some of the most notable sporting estates in Scotland in recent years.
Rory Kennedy
Chiene & Tait
0131 558 5800
We understand the importance of asset preservation, succession planning and the wider issues involved with family governance. Our firm has many family clients with inherited wealth who have stayed with us and appreciated our advice over generations. Our private client team has guided them through complex tax situations involving all the changing faces of capital taxes over many years. We strive to meet the needs of clients and build strong working relationships between the team and our valued clients.
Church Of Scotland General Trustees
0131 225 5722
Phil Aston M: 0755 1657513
Clean Earth Energy
01208 510012
At CleanEarth we help Scottish landowners to realise the considerable financial benefits of installing a wind turbine on their land. A wind turbine can generate a major new source of income but needs zero capital investment from the landowner. As the UK’s market leader in single-turbine wind generation projects, we have a portfolio of installations across the country. We work on new projects and acquired developments (projects with planning approval but the turbine has not been erected). CleanEarth also contributes to the local community wherever a turbine is built, with a fund of over £5 million committed to date.
Cloag Farm T/A Meckphen Farms
01738 840 239
Cloag Farm has three self-catering cottages, comfortable with large views. Each sleep 4. Open all year, booking any day to any day with min stay 3 nights. Full online booking. Great for visiting Perthshire on holiday, on business or visiting friends and family.
Clydesdale Bank Plc
0141 242 4365
Finances are the cornerstone of business. We understand how important it is to have a reliable banking partner. We provide expertise and experience to help you make sure that your finances are in good shape – allowing you to focus on the day-to-day of growing your business. Everyday banking, overdrafts, credit cards, and more – all the services you could need to manage the finances of your business.
Comrie Croft
01764 670 140
Eco award winning Comrie Croft in Perthshire offers something for everyone, cosy rooms in the farmstead hostel, glamping in Nordic Katas and relaxed family friendly camping (with fires). Comrie Croft bike trails are arguably some of the best in Scotland. Graded blue to black they are compact, rustic and testing, guaranteed to enduce lots of grinning. Also onsite is The Tea Garden renowned for its fresh delicious dishes and The 100 Mile shop which stocks only local produce.
At over 230 years old, Corney & Barrow is one of the longest established Independent wine merchants in the UK. C&B sell wine to every sector of the market, covering Scotland from our office at Oxenfoord Castle and shop, Wighams of Ayr. C&B offers a very personal service, delivering to most areas of Scotland using our own vans. We would be delighted to talk to you about your wine requirements, be they for individuals or businesses.
Country Land & Business Association Ltd
44 (0)20 7235 0511
The CLA is the membership organisation for owners of land, property and businesses in rural England and Wales. We have been safeguarding the interests of landowners, and those with an economic, social and environmental interest in rural land for more than 112 years. We achieve our goals by being professional, relevant and forward-looking, and our successes in key areas give our members the security and certainty to invest in their land and business. CLA members own or manage around half the rural land in England and Wales and more than 250 different types of businesses. The work they undertake in the best interests of the land has a positive effect on wildlife and the natural environment, and their diverse and successful businesses are the heart of rural communities.