Dr Ben Lennon FIC For., M.A.

Head Forester
Email: ben@bowlts.com
Tel: 01463 210672

Ben joined Bowlts in March 2016 and brings with him over twenty years forestry experience working in both England and Scotland.  For the last 5 years he has worked for Forestry Commission Scotland in Lochaber, with responsibility for 55,000 hectares of the national forest estate.

Ben comes to Bowlts with a range of specialist skills in addition to mainstream forestry practice.  These include landscape design, long-term planning and continuous cover management of conifers and broadleaves.  He also has a particular interest in heritage landscapes, including historic parks and gardens, veteran trees and specialist tree collections. 

Ben is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Foresters and holds a doctorate in woodland history.

Specialist areas:

  • Forestry Management
  • Long term forest planning
  • Landscape design
  • Heritage landscapes
  • Veteran trees and specialist tree collections





An excellent and rare opportunity to purchase three residential development sites extending up to approximately 0.25 acres each, ideally situated between Dingwall and the historic spa town of Strathpeffer. Each plot has the benefit of Planning Permission in Principle for the erection of a detached residential dwelling (Ref: 15/02580/PIP).

Offers are invited in the region of £80,000 per plot or £240,000 for the whole.

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