Buccleuch: Delivering more.
Buccleuch represents the business interests of the Buccleuch family, who can trace their ancestry back to 12th Century Scotland. Today the organisation is a diverse enterprise focused on all aspects of appropriate land use.
Land use has become an increasingly complex issue, with a growing number of demands and expectations expressed locally, nationally and globally. Achieving the right balance between economic, community and environmental objectives is crucial if solutions are to be sustainable. This is the challenge which Buccleuch faces in its stewardship of almost 227,000 acres of rural Britain.
With some of the best fishing in the South of Scotland, the Border Esk supports both Salmon and See Trout, benefiting from the beautiful surroundings of the valleys and hills of the district. The Borders Estate Office offers four beats of double bank fishing with Water Bailiff, Peter Kinstrey, always on hand to point new comers in the right direction. Contact us for more details.