community impact faqs
The project is currently employing over 200 employees and contracted workers. 90% of these individuals
live in Scotland, many of them locally, all of which are paid over the Real Living Wage. We’re estimating
200+ permanent on-site positions will be created, and an additional 200 third-party service providers will
be actively working across the estate (maintenance and service contractors).
A significant number of people who live locally are already employed on the Estate. We have fully renovated the Gatehouse, Am Fasgadh, Brea units, Police House, and other facilities within Kenmore. We understand that the region is already facing a shortage of workforce housing, and we continue to look for options to expand the availability of affordable options.
DLC members enjoy integrating with the local community and the economic impact is positive, leading to
long-term investment. Many visitors thus far have explored and experienced local and regional
businesses. Additionally, current and future employees and their families will have a positive local
The Estate is an accredited Real Living Wage employer.
We are making several roadway and utility improvements within the Estate to ensure all consented
properties can be safely accessed in all weather conditions. These improvements are being carried out in
accordance with the current approved civil improvement plans.
Additionally, we have obtained consent for new access for a West access, just before Kenmore Beach. This
will ensure there is only limited additional traffic entering Kenmore itself. This will help to preserve the
tranquillity of the local area.
We are working on new proposals for a Back of House support area at the East end of the Estate. This
aims to reduce traffic on the A827, diverting deliveries away from Kenmore and the East Gate. Our plans
for this are still in the very early stages, and we hope to receive support from the relevant statutory
authorities in the coming months.