Ross Murray biography Deputy President

Ross Murray biography
Deputy President
Ross Murray and his wife Elizabeth are stewards of a traditional mixed-use
estate in South Wales.
The Llanover Estate, near Abergavenny, has a number of let farms, a
residential lettings business, a 10,000 sq. ft. business centre, and converted
agricultural buildings now fulfilling a variety of uses. Ross also keeps a 100strong flock of pedigree black Welsh mountain sheep, manages a fishery on
the River Usk and is a trustee of the Wye and Usk Foundation. He is a Deputy
Lieutenant for Gwent.
Ross has been actively involved in the CLA for around 15 years and served
from 2011-2013 as Vice-President, chairing the Association’s Policy
Committee. He previously also chaired the Legal and Property Rights
Committee and CLA Wales. He sits on the Board of Scottish Land & Estates
He is a chartered surveyor and manages and develops rural and urban
estates in Wales. He is also a forester, managing a large forest in South-West
Scotland as well as woodlands at home in Wales.
Ross was elected Deputy President of the CLA at the Annual General
Meeting on 14 November 2013. He chairs the Association’s Board and also
the European Landowners’ Organisation’s European Policy Group.
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