We have many years’ experience negotiating film location agreements and our team of specialists is focused on ensuring all parties are content before filming commences. Working alongside blockbuster movie production companies or small-scale internet commercial producers, we use our contacts, knowledge and expertise to ensure the correct consents and agreements are in place before the cameras roll.




Our experienced team has secured filming access to some of the most iconic properties in England and Scotland and helped bring ideas to life. From bothies to stately homes, loch side to fire side we know the right people in the right places to enable your film or photography project. We count major land and estate owners, farmers, foresters, residential and commercial property owners amongst our clients, many of whom we have long-standing relationships with.

With offices in Cambridge, Oxford, Norwich, St AlbansPerth, Aberdeen, Inverness and Fort William, Bidwells has contacts across the country and we can help open the right door, or gate, to the perfect scene.



Our planning team offers the expert skills to ensure the correct planning consents are in place at the right time to meet your schedules. It’s no mean feat negotiating your way through local authority planning systems to gain temporary consents but we know our stuff and have excellent working relationships with the relevant departments across England and Scotland to ease the process.



"LS Productions have worked with Bidwells on numerous occasions, from high-end fashion campaigns to TV commercials. Bidwells has ensured that access to some of Scotland’s most beautiful and iconic estates and landscapes, including Glencoe, can be arranged both quickly and easily."

LS Productions



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Main image: Copyright Mark Shone

Murthly Castle image: Copyright Nigel Lumsden Photography

Many thanks to Calum Hogg for additional images

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