Blair Nimmo and Neil Armour, joint receivers, said offers for both the Glenshee ski resort and Glenisla golf course, must be in by 4pm on Friday 25 June.
Nimmo expressed confidence he would sell both as going concerns. ‘This is a positive development for the stakeholders, including the employees, in both of these businesses,’ he said.
‘We would ask any interested party who has not already advised us of their interest to contact us as a matter of urgency.’
Glenshee, which has played host to skiers since the late 1930s, went into receivership in May as part of the Glenshee Chairlift Company.
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