The company had originally prepared to develop the entire 10-hectare area yet the plan was changed to include simply a small part of the site, 400 metres west of the steadings at Reswallie.

In a supporting declaration, the owners stated they believed the site would certainly help “enhance the tourism experience” in Angus and also fulfill the expanding need for casual and wild outdoor camping in a “managed method”.

The boundary of the site will be planted with native types of shrubs as well as trees to give sanctuary as well as privacy to campers.

In a supporting statement, the owners said they believed the site would help “enhance the tourism experience” in Angus and meet the growing demand for casual and wild camping in a “managed way”.

The field will include a small loch, which will be stocked with native brown trout.

The boundary of the site will be planted with native species of shrubs and trees to provide shelter and privacy to campers.