Jamie Thain on the landmark sale of the iconic Over-Seas House by Galbraith for client the Royal Over-Seas League - and the evolution of Princes Street.
Time and time again we see well-sited coastal properties out-performing those without water views.
Neil Wright reports on efforts to secure the future of salmon in a Sutherland river in the face of climate change.
It is fairly common to ﬁnd oddities and noteworthy features when working on and walking through the forests we manage.
Sales of homes could be blocked if they fall short on energy efficiency, but how will this impact on residential property values in general? Calum Innes reports.
The worldwide romantic appeal of Scotland is long established; beautiful coast lines, the rugged mountain ranges of the Highlands, the rolling countryside of the lowlands, together with the ability to “get away from it all” with relative ease.
Hugo Remnant explores the many theories around declining salmon numbers.
The UK Government is rethinking its subsidy for green energy in the form of heat and calling for ideas on what to replace it with.
Stephen Sweeney looks at the growing array of threats to Britain’s trees.
Huge strides are being made in renewable energy and clean technologies and frankly it’s hard for busy people to keep up with developments, let alone evaluate which ones present the best opportunities.
No matter what is happening in the property market, when you want to sell your home there are two important factors to consider to assure a quick sale: price it well and ensure it is looking its best. Regardless of the asking price, the appearance needs to be inviting. Empty properties can often be undesired or even overlooked so we explore the reasons for dressing a property vs leaving it empty.
Restoring woodland in upper river catchments can be of great beneﬁt to water courses and the salmon that spawn in them. Willie Beattie offers a Highland perspective.
The UK’s zero-carbon emissions target for 2050 is a huge ambition, and the Government will need to be transparent about the practicalities, says Mike Reid.
A contract farming agreement was the way forward for an awardwinning hill farm when the time came to pass the reins from one generation to the next. Lucie Howatson reports.
Our three English offices, in Penrith, Blagdon and Hexham, joined the Galbraith fold in early 2019. We offer the full range of residential and rural property services, as well as estate management, land agency and forestry advice across the whole of Northern England.
Buildings have been made from wood for thousands of years, but new ways of using the material are giving it a new lease of life. Paul Schoﬁeld reports.
Sales of new petrol and diesel cars are to be illegal from 2035. But can we produce enough batteries for zeroemission vehicles to replace them asks mining expert Kim Moreton.
Red deer farming was the obvious choice when Rachel and Fergus Russell were looking for a way to use some marginal land on their holding near St Andrews.
Willie Beattie looks at the pros and cons of continuous cover forestry.
There have been attacks on radio masts sites and maintenance crews recently due to fears that the sites are spreading coronavirus. However, the real threat to the public may come from the radio waves emitted by the base stations, according to Mike Reid of property consultants Galbraith.