Tourism is a major employer in the Strathallan ward, with none bigger than the world-famous Gleneagles Hotel.
With the amount of change going on across the water in Dundee, the outcome of the vote in Fife Council’s Tay Bridgehead ward could well be one to watch out for.
Lochee looks set to be one of the closest election battlegrounds in Dundee, with two of the incumbent councillors retiring and another contesting as an independent for the first time.
The Strathearn ward, north of Perth, follows the historic valley of the River Earn.
While many people say Dundee has had a rebellious streak throughout its history, it’s perhaps more true to say that it has embraced those who encourage radical or singular thought.
Taking in some of the area’s most scenic landscapes, the Strathtay ward is the second largest in Perth and Kinross in terms of land mass.
Stretching from the Lomond Hills in the west to Milton of Balgonie in the east, Ward 14 is one of the most diverse in Fife, incorporating small towns, large rural areas, as well as some of Glenrothes’ biggest residential estates.
The Highland Perthshire ward - famous for its breath-taking scenery - lies north of the Highland fault line which runs from Loch Lomond, through Dunkeld and into eastern Scotland.
A ward of contrasts, Glenrothes West and Kinglassie could easily claim to be a microcosm for Fife.
Neil McCann says the opportunity to manage Dundee FC "was just too good to turn down".