Five Glens Consultancy was established in September 2014 by Scott Petrie. Scott has been involved in rural development for more than 25 years and now works closely with a variety of rural organisations and community groups.
Before starting Five Glens, Scott was a Regional Manager with Scottish Land & Estates, where he represented the interests of private landowners on a variety of subjects ranging from management of land, agriculture, forestry and country sports through to wildlife crime, rural skills, business diversification and rural development.
Since graduating in 1997 with an Honours degree in Rural Business Management from the University of Aberdeen, Scott has amassed significant practitioner and research experience in rural development. In addition, he is an accomplished facilitator with a background of engaging and building strong productive relationships with politicians, government agencies, local authorities and other key influencers.
The Five Glens
Five Glens Consultancy draws its inspiration from the 5 unique and distinct highland glens which collectively are known as the Angus Glens.
Running in the same prevailing direction, the 5 glens (Glenisla, Glen Prosen, Glen Clova, Glen Lethnot and Glen Esk) give the impression of fingers of a hand stretching from the fertile lowlands of Angus, through the beautiful countryside full of wildlife and breath-taking scenery, up towards the high mountains which form the southeast edges of the Grampian mountains and the Cairngorms National Park.