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.
Dan Campanile highlights the importance of GIS expertise in commercial land development and planning.
Harry Stott shows that the right combination can rise to the challenges of the residential development sector.
Today is Earth Day, a date in the calendar that’s observed worldwide to show support for environmental protection. It’s also a good time to reflect on the continuing advance of renewable energy in the UK and elsewhere.
Ben Dobson lays out the need for transparency and regulation of the charging point set-up to encourage development investment.
Commercial forestry has been the top performing asset in the UK in the past 15 years, with the best woodlands generating returns of more than 10% a year. Here our forestry team answer your questions on forestry investment.
Featuring swimming pools, games rooms and home offices these are some of our best properties for both work and play.
The question that is being asked increasingly in households and businesses across the country is: what will the world look like post the Covid-19 pandemic? John Bound shares his thoughts.
Which home updates make financial sense before putting your house on the market and which are a waste of money? Sam Gibson investigates
Pamela Gray on the growth of lease re-gears and the opportunities for business security and tenant retention.
Sam Gibson from the Hexham office assesses the likely impact of mass home-working on our property preferences.
Were you thinking of selling or letting but have decided to postpone? Here are some tips for preparing your house for marketing so you are ready to launch later in the year.
Whilst many aspects of life have slowed in recent days, the income streams relating to renewables continue to provide return as the sun keeps shining, the wind keeps blowing and in Scotland – inevitably – the rain keeps falling. And so it’s business as usual here at Galbraith.
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.