John Bound, Phiddy Robertson and our Estate Agency team sell a wide range of town houses, country houses, farms and estates throughout Inverness and the Highlands while a dedicated staff bring the same high standard of expertise to our lettings and management service. We also provide a full range of rural and forestry services.
17 Old Edinburgh Road
Monday - Thursday: 9am - 5.30pm
Friday: 9am – 5.00pm
You can also call us on 01463 224343 on Saturday mornings from 9.30am – 12.30pm.
Claire has worked in Inverness since 2010, having joined Galbraith as a graduate and qualified as a rural chartered surveyor in 2012. She is involved in the management of a number of Highland estates as well as carrying out a wide range of valuation and professional consultancy work.
Louise is based in the Inverness office, providing advice on all woodland management issues with a particular emphasis on Long Term Forest planning and specialist tree surveys. Louise has been working in the Highlands forestry industry for over 8 years and joined Galbraith in 2015.
Nicky handles residential Estate Agency and property sales on the West Coast around Oban and in Argyll. Experienced in the local market, Nicky has helped several Oban based firms build their property portfolios from scratch.
Willie is part of our Forestry team based in Inverness. He has been working in the forestry sector for over 30 years and has extensive experience in grant applications, new planting projects and all aspects of forest management.
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John is based in the Inverness office where he has practiced for most of his career. He is head of the Estate Agency Department in the north, specialising in the buying and selling farms, estates and country houses. He also undertakes estate management and rural valuation work.
Philippa has been based in the Inverness office since 2008 and heads up the firm's forestry division as well being involved in the management of a number of Highland Estates.
Sam joined Galbraith in May 2014 and is one of the key members of our Estate Agency team in Inverness. She has considerable experience in this area of work and acts as a negotiator/property assistant covering sales of residential property, farms and estates.
Juliette joined the Inverness Building Surveying and Architectural Department in 2014. Her career in Architectural Design spans 12 years, predominately involved in the conservation and restoration of historic buildings at the design stage and throughout the project management.
Sarah joined Galbraith in 2016 running the Lettings Department in both the Inverness and Elgin offices covering Moray and Speyside. She is a Member of the Association of Letting Agents and a Member of the National Association of Estate Agents.
Gregor is in charge of the Building Surveying and Architectural department in our Inverness office. He undertakes a variety of major building work from the small scale domestic property, agricultural buildings and vehicle workshops to large scale lodge refurbishments.
Based in our Inverness office, Tim is a member of the Rural Team, providing management services and consulting to a wide range of clients. An Honours graduate in Ecology, he has particular expertise in aquaculture work.
Based in the Inverness office, Dougal is primarily involved in a wide variety of rural estate management roles, ranging from clients with lowland urban fringe properties to traditional highland sporting estates.
Phiddy handles the sale of town and rural properties in Inverness and Inverness-shire. She previously worked for a national home search company and is a member of the NAEA. Phiddy joined Galbraith in 2005. She worked part-time between 2008 and 2011 to care for her young family.
Iain is the Chairman of Galbraith and a member of the Rural team. Operating from both our Edinburgh and Inverness offices, Iain is also involved in wide-ranging consultancy, management and valuation work throughout our business, specialising in advising clients on a broad range of issues.
Claire joined Galbraith in 2013 and qualified as a member of the Institute of Chartered Foresters in 2014. She is responsible for woodland management on a number of highland estates and involved in all aspects of woodland management from harvesting to new planting.
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