13 Donald Cameron – The clan Cameron’s 76,881 acre estate includes area around Fort William. PAUL van Vlissengen was an eccentric Dutch businessman, conservationist and philanthropist who used part of his fortune to buy the Letterewe Estate in north-west Scotland. A former head gamekeeper has denied deliberately poisoning crops on a millionaire banker's estate by spraying them with a mystery substance. His ownership of Letterewe estate is widely regarded as having been innovative, open and inclusive. In 2003 he founded the African Parks Foundation which today manages more than two million hectares of publicly-owned, protected areas in six African countries. "You can't own a place like this. In this book he discussed his experiences directing a large multi-national conglomerate. Owner Address: Rijnkade 1 3511 LC Utrecht PO Box 2065 3500 GB NETHERLANDS: Property Address: Website: n/a: Further Information: Clyde Properties NV is a Company Registered No. He followed this up in 2002 with a book entitled Overstekende ezels (ISBN 90-5018-583-5), translated as Crossing Jackasses. “It seems Van Vlissingen was doing this for the sake of posterity and to make Letterewe more complete for future generations.” The enlarged Letterewe estate is to be inherited by van Vlissingen’s two daughters. In August 2006, the cancer got worse, and this led to his death during the night of the 20–21 August 2006. He was committed to stewardship of the land and dialogue with other interests.” The oil-and-gas billionaire devoted much of time toward the preservation of wildlife in Africa. The majority of the area, including all the southern and central sections, forms the 323 km² Letterewe estate. He left the bulk of his fortune and the Letterewe Estate in north-west Scotland to his two daughters, Alicia and Tet and to their children. Letterewe, Loch Maree, Achnasheen, Ross-shire IV22 2HH, Scotland info@letterewe-estate.com Langwell Lodge (Strath Kanaird) Langwell Lodge (Strathoykle) Leckmelm Hill Ground. The Sunday Times Rich List 2005 ranked Van Vlissingen as the richest man in Scotland, with an estimated wealth of £1.1 billion. 15. [CDATA[ */ The effect of the wills was therefore that his eldest daughter, Eleanor (1837-1907), inherited the Winstanley estate, while his second daughter, Maria Ann (1839-1904) received Letterewe. Letterewe, Heights of Kinlochewe & Tournaig. Many broadcasters stated (wrongly) that Fentener van Vlissingen was the middle of the three Van Vlissingen brothers. Letterewe is close to Gairloch and Poolewe, which offer a variety of outdoor experiences. After investing £300,000 in a three year study of the biology of Letterewe’s red deer herd, Van Vlissingen sparked controversy in 2002 by calling for the re-introduction of wolves and lynx to Scotland. The Dutch entrepreneur and philanthropist owns 87,066 acres including Letterewe estate at Wester Ross in the Scottish Highlands. This is a small establishment beside Loch Maree, well, not literally overlooking it. "You can't own a place like this. 13. Hosts, Paul and Pauline, are very welcoming and provide plenty of information about the locality, including the fascinating Letterewe estate which I’d forgotten was once owned by Paul van Vlissingen (and now his family); he proposed reintroduction of the wolf and lynx in order to control the deer population. /*

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