Crown Estate Scotland unveils £70m investment plan

Crown Estate Scotland has published a three-year plan which includes a £70 million investment in support of coastal community regeneration, green energy and sustainable food production

Crown Estate Scotland unveils £70m investment plan

The plan provides a blueprint for Crown Estate Scotland, operating under new legislation that focuses on sustainable development, to continue delivering wider value for Scotland.  

It includes investing £70m over three years, commercial-scale offshore wind leasing, a new communities fund and raft of support for new ways of producing food on land and at sea.

The 2020-23 Corporate Plan outlines five main objectives which are:

  • Support the expansion of Scotland’s blue economy, focussing on marine and coastal development.
  • Develop built environment that strengthens communities and benefits businesses
  • Invest in innovation and work with tenants to enable sustainable use of natural resources
  • Build partnerships for people and the planet
  • Develop and deploy our people’s expertise to deliver value and success

Crown Estate Scotland chair Amanda Bryan said: “Over the coming years we want to invest in property, natural resources and people to generate lasting value. From growing shellfish to new ways of farming, regenerating coastal communities to building Scotland’s blue economy, our focus will be sustainable growth that benefits all.

“We are looking forward to working with communities and businesses to deliver positive change for Scotland.”

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