Wardell Armstrong Reappointed by Crown Estate Scotland as Managing Agent for the Mineral and Mines Royal Portfolio
Crown Estate Scotland has recently completed a full public procurement exercise to appoint managing agents across its diverse property portfolio. The process was rigorously evaluated on price and quality, and the outcome of the evaluation and recommendations were approved by its Board at the end of November. Wardell Armstrong is delighted to have been reappointed to manage the mineral assets within Crown Estate Scotland’s rural estates at Fochabers, Glenlivet, Whitehill and Applegirth as well as mines royal (gold and silver) interests across Scotland.
Jane Iwanicki, Service Director for Mineral Estates at Wardell Armstrong, said: “We are delighted to be continuing our relationship with Crown Estate Scotland and its mineral tenants. We have been involved with this portfolio for over 30 years and our recent success is testament to the experience and knowledge that our mineral property specialists offer to landowning clients and our ability to keep pace with change. We look forward to working with stakeholders to bring forward economic and sustainable mineral development opportunities and to deliver broader community benefits through successful restoration projects.”
Andy Wells, Director of Property for Crown Estate Scotland, said: “We are very pleased to announce the reappointment of Wardell Armstrong as managing agents. As recognised specialists in this sector they will provide vital support for our mineral tenants and help us deliver our corporate objectives for the sustainable development and the responsible use of natural resources under our management”.
Main image: Wardell Armstrong on site at Cononish Gold Mine, Tyndrum.
Article image: Upper Dalhousie Sand and Gravel Quarry on the Whitehill Estate.