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.
We were delighted to see our dedicated Rural Business Manager, Iain Wilkinson, included in this interesting video on peatland restoration in the Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park.
We were thrillled to be included in the Autumn-Winter 2015 edition of The Voice Magazine from the Friends of Loch Lomond. A brilliant look at Luss Estates and profile of Sir Malcolm Colquhoun.
The Community Partnership is running a number of community led initiatives, funded by the Forth Valley & Lomond European LEADER programme, that help support and enhance training and employment opportunities within the National Park and encourage young people to live and work within their loca
The results of independent research to establish the views of local residents and businesses on traffic and pedestrian issues in Luss has just been released. Friends of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park and The Luss Estate Company commissioned Scotinform to conduct the independent survey.
Luss Estates outraged at poisoning of 300 year old beech trees on Inchtavannach Island, Loch Lomond by Scottish Natural Heritage
Hundreds of native beech trees, many over 300 years old, have been poisoned on Inchtavannach Island, Loch Lomond by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH).
Simon Miller suggested that author Cameron McNeish and Jess Dolan of Ramblers Scotland join the Luss Estates' team on one of its monthly litter-pick stints to see exactly what the excesses of irresponsible wild camping produce month after month.
We are delighted to announce the arrival of two new chefs at the Loch Lomond Arms Hotel who have created delicious new menus based around seasonal Scottish produce.
The company has a proven track record of promoting employment in the area and is working closely with local development trusts to help create community-owned renewable schemes.
Lantra’s Rural Skills film, sponsored by Historic Scotland and the Skills Partnership, follows a group of six unemployed young men for a week with Luss Estates as they explore the diverse range of jobs in the countryside, including dry-stane dyking with Master Craftsman, Jim Hanson.