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CONTACT

You can reach someone at the office Monday – Friday on 01796 470222 or email info@hpcp.scot. Better still – pop in and say hello!

Office Address: 23 Atholl Road, Pitlochry, PH16 5BX

Please note that HPCP are small team and from time to time staff may be required on projects that take them out of the office. If you can’t reach us in person, please leave a voice message or send us an email and we will endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible.

HPCP Team

HPCP are a small team dedicated to helping local community projects get up and running.

GRAHAM HUGGINS – Chairman & Executive Member

Graham is married with three grown up children and after living in Tulliemet on the hills above Ballinluig for 20 years has now moved to Strathtay. In his professional career he has held a number of managerial jobs throughout the world. Graham is a qualified engineer but soon made a major career change to become a City money broker. In 1991 seeking a new challenge he created a groundbreaking training programme for financial dealers and brokers, later becoming chairman of the largest energy sector interdealer broker in the world. Graham has recently started a media production company embracing the latest internet technology. On the Community Council he was elected to represent the Ballinluig and Logierait area. Graham represents the CC on the new Griffin Wind Farm Community Benefit Advisory Panel and takes a special interest in renewable energy.

Graham can be contacted on: 07815 754599 or chairman@hpcp.scot

IAN RATTRAY – Treasurer & Executive Member

Ian Rattray joined the executive committee as Treasurer in early 2015. Ian’s background is in financial services. The greater part of his career was spent with the Bank of Scotland group where he was involved with the management of pension fund investment portfolios.

Following on his retirement in 2007 Ian and his wife Liz relocated from East Lothian to Killiecrankie. Since moving up to Highland Perthshire they have both become actively involved with a number of community based organisations.

Ian can be contacted at: treasurer@hpcp.scot

BRUCE PATTERSON – Senior Project Manager

Brought up in Perthshire and living in Highland Perthshire for over 25 years, Bruce has a passion for the area and is well versed in the needs and problems faced by those living here. Bruce has worked with a number of community owned and social enterprises for many years and is highly experienced in their set up and management requirements.

Bruce can be contacted on: 07793 673206 or bruce@hpcp.scot

COUNCILLOR KATE HOWIE – Executive Member

Kate Howie was elected to the Highland Ward of Perth & Kinross Council in February 2008. Kate previously had a long army career where she developed strong leadership and communication skills, gained experience in human resources and managing public funds, as well as expertise in transportation and logistics. Kate has a strong interest in ensuring local communities are fully involved in the decision making process and that there is a sustainable rural economy and a thriving tourism industry in Highland Perthshire.

Kate can be contacted on: 01887 840378 or KHowie@pkc.gov.uk

IAN BAILEY– Project Officer for Broadband

Ian recently returned to Scotland having spent the past 15 years working in Asia. Prior to settling in Tomphubil, he held several management positions in engineering, sales and operations for high tech companies supporting various electronics industries.  With a degree in Electronic Engineering, Ian has been involved in many new technology projects working with companies including Samsung, Apple, Intel, Ericsson and Carl Zeiss.  His last role was as VP Operations building customer service and administration teams across Asia supporting a new venture in OLED display manufacturing for TV’s and mobile devices.

Having had access to 300Mbps fibre broadband in Singapore, Ian was disappointed to find only 0.5Mbps at his new property so offered his support to HPCP to help build its wireless broadband system across the region. Ian is now focused on developing the subscription software and support infrastructure for the new network.

Ian can be contacted on: baileyianp@gmail.com