Three directors join Scottish Land & Estates

Three directors were appointed to the board of Scottish Land & Estates at the rural business organisation’s AGM.

Angus Cheape, a surveyor and farmer, Alastair Orr Ewing, pictured, a former soldier and venture capitalist, and Michael Upton, an advocate, take up their roles alongside Patrick Colquhoun whose appointment as vice chair (Policy) – previously announced in January – was formally ratified by members.

Dee Ward, chairman of Scottish Land & Estates, said: “We are currently in a period of substantial change on matters such as land reform, agricultural support, addressing the twin climate and nature emergencies as well as issues on housing, tourism and rural depopulation.

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