Coming soon! Our new Wild Venison shop will open in early November, located in a pop-up retail pod opposite the recycling centre in Ben…
Vision & Strategy
OUR VISION – What will we become?
“Inspiring places, inspiring people.”
Jahama Highland Estates is a beacon of inspiration for landscape-based asset management. Driven by our passion for achieving equity across the environment, the economy and the communities that comprise the JHE landholding, we sustain:
- Thriving and confident communities rooted in an inspiring landscape.
- Stewardship of our assets for a viable present and a safeguarded future, mindful always of the past.
- Adaptive and cohesive natural resource management within a changing climate.
- Connectivity of stakeholders, creating opportunities and facilitating positive change.
- Challenging anachronistic narratives of rural asset management.
- A strong and participatory culture: our resources and communities feel alive and cherished.
OUR STRATEGY – How will we deliver our Vision?
JHE provides the energy catchment for our industrial sister companies Alvance Aluminium (Lochaber) and SIMEC, within the overarching GFG Alliance: this is the catalyst for our existence, but it is only one part of our remit. JHE is a multi-layered landholding with complex strategic goals:
- The regeneration of our rural asset-based enterprises transforms JHE into an economically sustainable entity by 2027.
- We lead the GFG Alliance carbon-neutral 2030 objective, completing our Natural Capital valuation and implementing competent natural resource management decisions.
- We facilitate sustainable community endeavours for the greater good of our shared culture.
- We enable economic prosperity internally and externally to underpin that shared culture.
- We engage proactively with our many stakeholders for positive collaborative outcomes.
- We facilitate the reconnection of people and place through natural resource-based recreation, sustenance, employment and habitation.
- We take active and holistic management decisions to add value; no single outcome is considered in isolation.
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Jahama Highland Estates support the position of the Mountain Bothies Association in relation to the shutting of all bothies across Scotland in relation to…