SJL & AL

Virtual Conversation with SLE CEO & RHASS CEO

Date
Time 11:00 - 12:00
Capacity 71 places available
Booking Cut-off Wednesday 16 Jun, 12:00:pm
Contact jane.laing@scottishlandandestates.co.uk
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Do you have any questions you would like answered on Land Reform?  Then our Virtual Conversation with SLE CEO Sarah-Jane Laing on Wednesday 16 June is a must attend!  

Join the conversation on Wednesday 16 June from 11-12 noon when SLE's CEO, Sarah-Jane Laing will be in the hot seat being questioned by Alan Laidlaw, CEO of the RHASS on the hot topic "Where are we on the land reform journey?"

Alan Laidlaw Chair of RHASS will ask questions for 30 minutes and then it will be your chance to have your questions answered!

Do not miss this opportunity please book now!

 

Other events you might want to attend:-

15 June Webinar: Tax Efficient Estate Planning  (10-11am)

15 June  Conversation with Oxbury Bank  (3-4pm)

16 June  Policy Team Drop-In Session   (2-3.30pm)

17 June  Conversation with NatureScot's Chair & SLE Chair  (2-3pm)

17 June  Networking (3-4pm)

18 June  Conversation with Farmer Groups  (11-12noon)

18 June  Policy Team Drop-In Session (2-3pm) 

We hope you can join us!

 

Alan Laidlaw

Alan Laidlaw is Chief Executive of the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) – a registered charity with a remit to promote and protect the interests of rural Scotland. 

Based at the Society’s headquarters at the Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston, Alan found himself responsible for the safe delivery of Scotland’s largest outdoor event, The Royal Highland Show which attracted around 190,000 visitors annually and running Highland Centre Limited welcoming 200 events of all types and sizes to Edinburgh, generating over £250M to the economy per annum.

In his spare time Alan enjoys live events, rugby and exploring Scotland’s Capital and its countryside from his East Lothian home. 

 

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