Our news items and media releases which are more than a year old can be found below.
From today, we have opened the application window for registered developers to submit their applications. The closing date for submitting applications is 31 March 2021.
Following a retendering process, Crown Estate Scotland has awarded new Managing Agent contracts due to commence from 1 April 2021
Local couple, Stuart and Chloe Graham have been chosen to take over the 366-acre Uppercleuch Farm, on the Applegirth Estate in Dumfries & Galloway.
The agreement will see Forth DSFB take on extra responsibility over salmon fishing rights across a large area of eastern Scotland.
Crown Estate Scotland has today published its annual report and accounts for 2019-20, showing that the organisation delivered an above target £12m to be returned to the public purse.
Crown Estate Scotland funding announced to help reduce litter from source to sea through the Upstream Battle campaign.
Following last week’s publication of the Sectoral Marine Plan for Offshore Wind Energy by Marine Scotland, Crown Estate Scotland has today confirmed the final process and timelines for ScotWind Leasing.
The plan, which has been published by Marine Scotland, sets out the most suitable sustainable locations for the future development of commercial offshore wind energy.
Crown Estate Scotland is today announcing £0.5m for the sustainable development of offshore wind in Scotland, helping work towards meeting net zero targets.
A report launched today by Crown Estate Scotland shows how Scotland’s ports and harbours can tap into the huge potential created by the development of offshore wind in the years to come.
An update on the ScotWind Leasing process.
A new fund designed to support local regeneration and sustainable development around Scotland’s coast has today been launched by Crown Estate Scotland.
Crown Estate Scotland has today announced the purchase of the 123-acre 'Zero Four' commercial development site near Montrose, Angus.
Crown Estate Scotland has today announced the launch of the first round of offshore wind leasing in Scottish waters for a decade.
A report commissioned by Crown Estate Scotland has highlighted a range of wider value benefits which Local Energy Systems can offer to the communities they serve.
Research into children and young people’s ambitions for land, coastline and seabed management shows the environment, climate change and local communities as key themes.
Crown Estate Scotland has issued an update on the ScotWind Leasing process.
New corporate plan lays out three-year vision.
An update on our plans for the leasing round in light of COVID-19.
An update on Crown Estate Scotland's business continuity plan
A recent survey of our coastal tenants has helped Crown Estate Scotland to measure and monitor their satisfaction in how we support them and their businesses.
Crown Estate Scotland has teamed up with Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) to host innovative forestry management and operations courses for students.
The findings of a study to apply the world leading Natural Capital Protocol to the dairy sector have been published.
Crown Estate Scotland has issued an updated statement on the supply chain measures which will be present in the ScotWind Leasing process.
Crown Estate Scotland has made a statement following 16 January's Offshore Wind supply-chain summit.
Crown Estate Scotland has published its scheduled November update on the ScotWind Leasing process.
New research is to explore what children and young people across Scotland think land, coastline and the seabed should be used for.
The results of a pilot project aimed at supporting commercial-scale shellfish farming in Scotland have been published today.
2018/19 Annual report shows ahead-of-target contribution to the public purse, alongside significant progress on major projects
A large-scale project on the Estate aims to clear a wide area of non-native conifer trees, to be replanted with native trees.
ScotWind Leasing - September 2019 update
The 12 week consultation on Crown Estate Scotland's 2020-23 Corporate plan has now begun.
More than 40 primary schools situated across the River Clyde catchment are taking part in a project to hatch and release brown trout into the river.
A welcome addition to Tomintoul’s tourism offer has received a ‘green light’, with work set to start on the construction of new holiday accommodation on the Glenlivet Estate.
The Crown Estate’s Scotland Portfolio has appointed Andy Wells, who is currently Head of Countryside, to the position of Head of Property.
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