28 September 2016
Fish farming is still very much in the shadow of traditional farming, but it is an industry with huge potential. Anna Zahedi considers the merits of starting a fish farm.
26 September 2016
Alistair Christie explains the importance of sound property valuations.
23 September 2016
Renewable energy operators are beginning to receive rate demands, but, as Calum Innes explains, there may be a glimmer of hope for hydro electricity operators.
21 September 2016
Scottish farmland continues to be an attractive purchase. Simon Brown explains.
19 September 2016
As the proud sponsor of the inaugural 'Cultivating Leaders' programme, run by the Scottish Association of Young Farmers (SAYFC), CKD Galbraith asked three of Scotland's future farmers what they had learnt over the course of the programme.
15 September 2016
Lucie Howatson reflects on the early stages of the new Agri-Environment Climate Scheme.
12 September 2016
A different approach is sometimes required to successfully market a large estate. Simon Brown examines the options.
1 September 2016
Another round of residential regulations Mike Thompson reports on the latest legislative changes that have an impact on landlords.
24 August 2016
Fishery reform continues apace, most anglers will notice little change this season, says Robert Rattray.
22 August 2016
Helping a farmer to deal with the aftermath of this train crash is all in a day's work. Mike Reid reports.
18 August 2016
New land reform legislation will have far-reaching effects throughout rural Scotland. Chris Addison-Scott and Calum Innes examine the challenges it presents.
16 August 2016
Robert Taylor explains how a dynamic new business was created from modest beginnings on a family farm.
10 March 2016
As the Land Reform (Scotland) Bill approaches the end of its journey towards becoming law - it will reach Stage 3 in the Scottish Parliament on Wednesday 16 March - Anna Zahedi from our Rural team provides an update on the progress so far and on what unanswered points remain.
26 February 2016
With the Oscars upon us we've rolled out the red carpet for a shortlist of properties which are award winners in their own right, were designed by award winning architects or were once owned by an Academy Award nominee.
19 February 2016
A home in a former linen works, a charming former coach house (both in Fife) and a cottage on a mixed farm in rural Perthshire are all new to the market this week…
12 February 2016
Love is in the air this week as our property round-up looks at homes to fall in love with – including a ‘couple’ new to the market this week!
5 February 2016
As we gear up for the traditional prime Spring selling period, the latest statistics suggest "an encouraging picture" for the Scottish property market. And there are plenty more pictures in our property round-up of the week!
29 January 2016
With the end of January upon us (and the post-Christmas paunch hopefully a thing of the past!) the property market begins to gear up again in spite of rain and wind and weather. So as we batten down the hatches here’s quick pick of our recent new launches and other property news...
22 January 2016
To mark Burns Night, we thought we’d share the story of a young Ayrshire dairy farmer now farming the land once farmed by Robert Burns himself. In spite of the tough times in the dairy industry, he is refusing to bow to the pressure and is taking the family farm in a new direction as he tries to build a viable business for himself and his family. It's a long read, but it's a great story…
17 December 2015
What would be your ideal home for Christmas? We asked property journalist and blogger Fiona Reid to pick out a few possibilities!
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