Our news section displays a selection of media coverage that Luss Estates and our businesses have received, as well as our news releases covering important community and environmental issues.
In November Luss Estates staff completed the last litter pick for 2017. Luss Estates carried out seven litter picks through the year, concentrating on the peak tourist season. Up to twenty five Luss Estates employees were involved in each litter pick.
The Loch Lomond Arms will host the annual Luss Charity Advent Fair in aid of St Georges Ethiopia on November 11 from 11am - 7pm. A host of talented craft and art producers will fill the Inchconnachan and Sutherland function space at the hotel showcasing a wide range of gifts and homewares.
Work has been completed on the second phase of a major project to tackle climate change by restoring vital peat bogs on Luss Estates in in Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park.
Luss Estates is pleased to facilitate the Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh (RBGE) to collect seeds on behalf of the Millenium Seed Bank Partnership from Kew Gardens.
The building of a community hydro scheme in Arrochar, on Luss Estates’ land, in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, will be underway imminently.
Luss Estates win in the Business Diversification category at the Scottish Rural Awards was featured in an editorial in the July issue of Scottish Field.
The communities of Arrochar & Tarbet and Luss & Arden are going to be given the opportunity to be a part of a community hydro scheme. Local residents and renewable energy supporters nationwide will have the option of purchasing a stake in the scheme, from £250 to £100,000.
Luss Estates is delighted to have been awarded the 2017 Helping it Happen Rural Business Award at the Scottish Land & Estates Awards, jointly awarded to Luss Estates and Drimnin Estate.
In May 2017 Luss Estates Company Chief Executive, Simon Miller, was delighted to address the Scottish Land & Estates Spring Conference which was held in the Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh.
The development of affordable housing in the heart of the vilage of Luss, on land gifted by Luss Estates for social development, is nearing completion. In addition to the gift of the land, worth £150,000, Luss Estates supported the build cost through a further donation of £80,000.