Phiddy Robertson talks about property search agents and the changes we have encountered over the years.
Gareth Taylor reports on a surprising turnround by the Government.
Marion Currie from our Castle Douglas office, gives us the latest advice for buying properties in Scotland.
There are no speciﬁc rules for how carbon credit should be taxed, so the situation is complex. Margi Campbell cuts through the undergrowth.
Walled gardens have a long and fascinating history, but some have fallen into disuse. Poppy Baggott launches a new series focusing on ways they can be brought back to life.
The use of landﬁll for old blades is a growing problem that risks damaging wind power’s green credentials. But as Mike Reid reports, academics are closing in on a solution.
Once upon a time we would pick up a local newspaper to look for our next home or visit an estate agent on our local high street, Hannah Christiansen looks at how social media is now playing a big part in selling homes.
Sam Gibson gives us a fascinating insight to the re-emergence of the housing market following the recent easing of restrictions.
As pressure mounts for long-term solutions to climate change, companies are choosing Scottish woodland to oﬀset their emissions. Paul Schoﬁeld reports.
Adam Forsyth, head of research at Longspur Research, examines the potential for ﬁnancial returns from renewable energies.
Alex Inglis explores some of the merits of the Scottish Borders- possibly Britain’s best kept secret and the market place that he and his team are operating in.
‘Working from home’ is the new normal but doing it comfortably could send heating bills through the roof. Richard Higgins predicts a rise in demand for renewable energy.
Covid-19 restrictions need not delay evidence collection in compensation claims, says Rachel Russell .
The growing wood fuel market means neglected areas of woodland can be given a new lease of commercial life, says Paul Schoﬁeld.
Eight years on from our first issue, Gareth Taylor and Nick Morgan take stock of the way energy markets have evolved.
A labour of love has become an award-winning and productive broadleaved woodland. Jacob Dean reports from Craggach Woods in Inverness-shire
Jo Plant sets out the potential impact of the proposed planning fees increase in Scotland.
John Pullen on project managing a complex project with multidisciplinary advice from Galbraith.
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing huge challenges for rural businesses. Alistair Christie explains how our Galbraith AMC agents can help.
Living off the land and becoming more self-sufficient has been on many agenda for a long time. Emma Chalmers looks at the reasons why and her own experience during lockdown.