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.
Helensburgh citizens are being urged to attend an exhibition and learn more about plans to establish a Common Good Fund which could support numerous existing and new projects throughout the town for years to come.
Improvements to infrastructure, a drive to create greater economic opportunity and a wider provision of housing is required if one of Scotland's most visited villages is to avoid becoming little more than a retirement community, according to a report published today (2nd October 2013).
The Loch Lomond's 'newest oldest' hotel joined many of the west of Scotland's finest food and drinks producers, artists, craftspeople and musicians at Inveraray Castle's BOWFest this month.
Houseboats are set to make a return to Loch Lomond, following a decision by Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Authority to award planning consent to Luss Estates Company for three contemporary houseboats at the picturesque bay of Aldochlay on the west side of the loch.
Community Wind Farm could generate over £5 million for community initiatives
Helensburgh could soon benefit from a windfall totalling more than £5million* over 20 years if an innovative community-led partnership gains the support of the local population.
Plans for significant reinvestment in one of Scoltand's' most visited and scenic villages took another step forward last week with a strategic Development Framework outlined to community leaders.