DSC_7052Lindsay Morrison (Chair)

Lindsay Morrison has gained extensive business experience over the past 25 years in the aerospace and telecommunications industries, in engineering, operations and human resources. Lindsay was appointed to the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park Authority Board in October 2010.

Ian Bray

Iain Bray is our newest director and joins us from Scottish Natural Heritage. Scottish Natural Heritage work throughout the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park to protect nationally and internationally protected species, habitats and landscapes, including Natura Sites, SSSI’s and NNRs, as well as promoting the countryside for health and wellbeing.

Mike Strachan

Mike Strachan is a Policy and Development Officer for the Perth & Argyll Forestry Commission Scotland Conservancy. Forestry Commission are the largest single landowner within the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park and work to balance commercial timber production with conservation and visitor access. Forestry Commission Scotland are also a key partner in the Great Trossachs Forest.

ianfindlay-trusteesIan Findlay

Ian Findlay is the Chief Officer at Paths for All. The Paths for All Partnership is committed to promoting walking for health and the development of multi-use path networks within the National Park. Paths for All aim to reduce the proportion of the population who are physically inactive through a national walking programme; and to promote an increase in the number, quality, and accessibility of paths for everyone.

Dr Dave Beaumont

Dave Beaumont is the Regional Director for the RSPB in South and West Scotland. Leading a team of around 90 staff, he oversees all of RSPBs work in the area including reserve management on 30 different reserves, public affairs, education, wider conservation measures and site safeguard.

Anna Marriott


To be updated soon, welcome Anna.

Simon Jones

Simon Jones is Director of Conservation and Visitor Operations with the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park Authority. The three core activities of the National Park Authority are conservation, visitor experience and rural development. The National Park Authority Corporate Plan and Partnership Plan guide the work and activities of the Authority.