Housing Estate Expansion - Public Consultation
To celebrate the Gannochy Trust's 75th Anniversary, the Trustees are planning to extend the housing estate to provide up to 50 new, high quality affordable homes. The Trustees would like to use this new development as a demonstration of best practice in housing design and construction, continuing the exceptional quality of the existing homes and their setting, constructed by A K Bell between 1923 to 1931.
A Public Consultation Event to discuss the Trust's vision for the housing estate expansion took place on 22nd November 2016 in the Gannochy Community Hall. The Gannochy Trust would value your comments and members of the public can still provide feedback - further details of how you can do this are provided on the project website at www.gannochyhousingexpansion.org.uk
The Gannochy Trust Appoints New Trustees
The Gannochy Trust announces a change to the board of voluntary Trustees. The three new appointees, all local to Perthshire, will join Dr Kynaston (Chairman), Dr Markland (Vice-Chairman), Mrs Jane Mudd and Mr Ian McMillan, bringing with them an impressive array of experience across legal, financial and charitable sectors to enhance and complement the current expertise of the long-standing board. David Gray and Stephen Hay joined the board in June with Bruce Renfrew joining at the AGM on November 17th.
David has a background in accountancy and business development and has held several non-executive positions over the past 15 years. He is currently the chair of Scottish Water Horizons Limited and is a volunteer with The Prince's Trust. His background has allowed him the opportunity to work with various global organisations with an emphasis on integration, strategy and investment.
Stephen Hay is the vice-chair of NHS Tayside Trust and a governor of Strathallan School. Stephen has a background in investment banking and is currently self-employed working with PilotLite Ventures and the Good Governance Institute.
Bruce Renfrew, the board's newest recruit, is the local managing partner of Thorntons Law, Perth. He is a solicitor of over 25 years standing and specialises in property law, estate planning and trusts. He is currently the Chair of Kinnoull School Parent Council.