Angus
Grey

Forestry Consultant

Angus is a Forestry Consultant based in our Perth office.

Angus joined Bidwells in January 2019 having previously worked as a Woodland Officer for the Forestry Commission Scotland and prior to that as an Assistant Forester at Cawdor Forestry.

He has developed a sound understanding of both operational forestry as well as the current grant scheme and forestry regulations. He has a background in rural highland life and estate management and having worked for both the private and public sectors, he has a rounded view of forestry’s place in Scotland.

Angus has a BSc in Sustainable Forest Management from the Scottish School of Forestry and spent his placement year working with the Northern Ireland Forest Service.

Recent projects:

  • Forestry Commission Scotland
    Employed in the Perth and Argyll Conservancy with duties including processing FSG grant applications, grant scheme advice to forestry agents and owners and regulatory work including forest plan processing
  • Cawdor Forestry Ltd
    Operational experience ranging from mensuration of mature crops and marking out of establishment sites; to being responsible for the operational running of some key estates and ensuring that all our sites met the UKFS and matched the owner’s objectives. This included a mix of both harvesting and establishment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Recent projects:

  • Forestry Commission Scotland

Employed in the Perth and Argyll Conservancy with duties including processing FSG grant applications, grant scheme advice to forestry agents and owners and regulatory work including forest plan processing

  • Cawdor Forestry Ltd

Operational experience ranging from mensuration of mature crops and marking out of establishment sites; to being responsible for the operational running of some key estates and ensuring that all our sites met the UKFS and matched the owner’s objectives. This included a mix of both harvesting and establishment.

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