Welcome to the LTM For Others Division. LTM For Others is a Division of the LTM Group of Companies.

LTM for Others

LTM for Others is a social enterprise set up “for disadvantaged and under-skilled people” to ensure our skills make a difference within the community. To date LTM for Others has partnered with three public bodies:

Barnardo's Scotland

1. Barnardo’s Scotland

Barnardo’s Scotland examines the problem of youth unemployment and the effect of a triple deficit of social, economic and opportunity cost. LTM for Others works in partnership to train and develop the next generation of craftspeople, working closely with LTM Academy.

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The Prince’s Foundation for the Built Environment

2. The Prince’s Foundation for the Built Environment

LTM for Others assisted with the training, design and construction of the new Pavilion in Ellon, Aberdeenshire, which achieved an Award for Rural Landscape Design (Commended) in Aberdeenshire Council’s 2010 Design Awards held at Haddo House in September 2010.

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Bespoke Projects: Moses Well Bridge Project

3. Bespoke Projects: Moses Well Bridge Project

LTM for Others works to facilitate partnerships for bespoke projects. The Moses Well Bridge Project involved core partners:

- LTM Academy and LTM Malta.
- Heritage Malta / Conservation Centre College.
- National Trust for Scotland.

The project concerned the emergency consolidation and rebuild of Mosses Well Bridge at Castle Fraser at a time where there was little funding available. LTM for Others organized LTM Academy to provide site training for students and lecturers from Heritage Malta’s Restoration Centre, on behalf of the National Trust for Scotland.

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“Caring for Community and Culture.”

Cameron Spark - Africa Visit

Making a Difference

“The opportunity to provide the project for the students to train under LTM’s supervision has enabled the Mosses Well Bridge project to get off the ground and the NTS wish the students well in the future studies and hope to see more Maltese students back in the future.”

Steven Reilly,
- National Trust for Scotland

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