More than 420 staff at the National Trust for Scotland (NTS) are at risk of redundancy.

The conservation charity has launched a series of emergency actions after it said its future was in doubt.

A total of 429 staff in the organisation’s permanent workforce are at risk of redundancy.

NTS has also said it will look to sell off non-heritage land and property, and seek support from the Scottish government and grant-giving bodies.

The trust, which looks after places such as Culloden, Culzean Castle and Hill House in Helensburgh, said its income had been virtually eradicated during what was normally its busiest period.

The charity’s estate and holiday accommodation has been closed since March to comply with the coronavirus lockdown restrictions.

NTS said its income was forecast to drop

Read More At Article Source | Article Attribution