Do you want to be able to call yourself Lord of Blackwood? It is easier than you think.
If you buy a right to land in Loch Wood in Blackwood, you will be granted the right to use the protected title “Laird of Blackwood”.
Scottish landowners have traditionally been afforded the courtesy title of Laird (Lord) or Lady. “Laird” is typically converted to “lord” internationally and our supporters may choose whether to have their documents issued with the title laird, lord or lady.
Native Woods Preservation Ltd was formed to protect and preserve the woodland Loch Wood in Lanarkshire in Scotland. By offering the public to buy rights to souvenir plots of land in Loch Wood, we ensure that the woodland can never be developed and at the same time our supporters gain the opportunity to use a British feudal title with historical ties to this land.
Loch Wood is situated on the former great Blackwood Estate in Scotland, once the largest estate in Lanarkshire and the vacation home of Scotland’s great poet and national treasure Robert Burns. For centuries Lanarkshire has been the territory of kings and noblemen. Laird of Blackwood was originally an ancient Scottish feudal title, and you can find traces of this title back to the medieval ages.
You can read more about proper styling of the laird title here. Included in our lairdship portfolio is a Master Title Deed, a legal document which may be used to formally change your title in all common law countries which accept nobility titles on official ID.
As a Lord or Lady of Blackwood you will also be given the exclusive right to wear the Blackwood insignia and tartan, and on our forum and Facebook page you can get to know other Lords and Ladies of Blackwood.