Countryside sports provide a PR Scotland boost for Perthshire land agents.
Bell Ingram hit the headlines in regional newspaper Perthshire Advertiser, after launching their new sporting lets service, which will help established sporting estates in Scotland yield greater profits.
Headed by Charlotte Gilfillan, who approached the team at Bell Ingram with an initial business plan, a team of keen sportspeople and land experts will work with landowners and mangers who provide stalking, fishing and shooting activities in a drive to attract more field sports enthusiasts to the nations estates.
To launch the service, Bell Ingram has created a dedicated website which will provide enthusiasts with immediate information on sporting estates.
Charlotte quotes in the article: “Scotland is an extremely popular country in which to experience sports and outdoors activities, with many visitors coming from elsewhere in the UK, Europe and America.
“Our sporting lets service will take care of both the estate managment for landowners, while also ensuring visitors have an unforgettable sprting experience.
“We are sure this service will create new and exciting opportunities and benefits for those involved and will assist significantly in contributing to Scotland’s economy.”
Each year countryside sporting pursuits add a value of around £240million to the Scottish economy attracting around 480,000 vistors each year.