Blackscroft's two directors; local businessmen Kelvin Kerr and Derek Souter.
Spent most of his career working in Marketing and as well as developing BPC’s portfolio is also acknowledged as the driving force behind the site assembly strategy, which now has Planning Permission for a £20M refurbishment scheme of the Egyptian Halls in Union Street, Glasgow; the Grade A Greek Thomson architectural masterpiece. Once funding issues, which are being reconciled then this project will be green lighted.
Kelvin has worked within the family run dairy business John Kerr & Son Ltd from an early age - he became MD in 1997. He was responsible for the relocation of the company after its original site was sold for development. This transaction provided the impetus to diversify into other areas of business, including Union Street Properties/Union Street Investments £20M "Egyptian Halls" Project and The Westlands Home for Vulnerable Adults in Broughty Ferry Dundee.