Alice joined Galbraith in 2017 and works as a Rural Surveyor within our Ayr Office. Working throughout south west Scotland, Alice predominantly undertakes valuation work for a variety of purposes as well as carrying out a wide range of professional rural consultancy including utility work and rural sales.
Alistair undertakes rural valuations and AMC Agency through our Stirling office. Having been brought up on a dairy and sheep farm in Central Scotland, he has a sound knowledge of agriculture and business. Alistair has specialised in sporting estate management as well as agriculture throughout his career.
Annie joined Galbraith in February 2014 and completed her APC in November 2016. She is part of the Rural team based in the Perth office and carries out a variety of management and compensation work as well as other professional consultancy work and valuations.
Athole joined Land Factor in 1986 which merged with Galbraith in 2019. He is a Partner, Chartered Forester and Head of Forestry for the firm based in our Edinburgh and Penrith Offices. Working throughout Northern England and Scotland, he carries out forestry and rural land management as well as purchase and sales of woodland and forest properties, valuations and forestry project co-ordination. He also has interests in renewables and minerals.
Bob has been closely involved in the property market around Ayrshire, Glasgow and south-west Scotland for the last 20 years. He is responsible for sales, lettings, farm sales, valuations and other residential and rural property services provided by the Ayr office.
Chris is based in our Stirling office and leads the Rural Team in central Scotland. A specialist in urban fringe estates and involved in management and consultancy on several Scottish islands. Chris also has extensive experience in negotiating land deals with developers. These include Option Agreements and Joint Ventures. He runs his own farm in Fife.
Christian undertakes management on Highland Estates with diverse employment, residential property, sporting, renewable energy and diversification footprints. Being a Registered Valuer and fulfilling regular compensation work completes a broad skill set.
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.
Colin has considerable expertise in a wide range of rural topics including farm and estate management, valuation and agricultural law matters. He is a member of the Rural, Valuation and Dispute Resolution Faculties of the RICS and acts regularly as an expert witness. In addition to an in-depth knowledge of agriculture, Colin has experience and an interest in sporting matters and is involved in the management of agricultural and sporting properties. Colin has qualifications in agriculture and is a rural Chartered Surveyor.
David’s primary responsibility is for sales and valuation work in Dumfries and Galloway, where he has worked since 2010, in a wide range of property types. He manages the Castle Douglas office and carries out Agricultural valuation work for a number of Banks, including the AMC for whom he is an introducer.
Deirdre joined Galbraith in January 2013. Her expertise lies in management of traditional rural estates, with a particular interest in sporting enterprises. Deirdre belongs to Inverness-shire where her parents farm.
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. In addition Dougal is involved with professional consultancy and valuation instructions in the Highland area. Having previously trained with and worked for Buccleuch Estates for seven years he then joined the firm in 2003 initially dealing with commercial property management.
Duncan is based within the National Farm Sales Centre, Stirling covering a wide range of rural property across the country. He also forms part of Rural Management Department and is involved in a variety of management, consultancy, and valuation work. He joined Galbraith in 2006 and qualified as a Member of RICS Rural Faculty in November 2008. A farmer’s son from the Borders, Duncan has strong connections within the farming fraternity.
Gareth joined Galbraith in 2012 and is part of the Rural and Energy Team based in Edinburgh. He undertakes a wide-range of renewable, rural consultancy and valuation work across Scotland and is a Fellow of the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers as well as a RICS Registered Valuer.
Harry is part of the rural management team in Galashiels and is involved in the sale and valuation of farms and country property. He is also involved with our renewable energy team, primarily covering wind together with other alternative energy projects.
Hugo joined Land Factor in 1997 which merged with Galbraith in 2019. He works as a Land Agent from our Hexham office, carrying out estate management and professional work throughout the North-East of England. He has been successful in crystallising a wide range of opportunities in development, telecoms and renewable energy for his clients, and is currently chairman of Tyne Rivers Trust”.
Iain Russell is Chairman of Galbraith. Based in our Edinburgh office Iain provides wide-ranging consultancy, management and valuation advice throughout our business and specialises in advising clients including estates, farms, private companies and individuals on a broad range of strategic issues.
Ian is Head of the Galbraith Rural Department which serves a diverse range of clients from major companies to private individuals seeking advice and management of their rural properties. He carries out a range of professional work across the country, providing farm and estate consultancy, valuations and management of contract farming agreements. As well as being an AMC Agent, he also carries out farm and estate sales throughout Scotland.
Isla joined Galbraith in September 2016 based in the Aberdeen office working within the rural team and qualified as a chartered surveyor in November 2018. She is involved in sales and valuation work along with rural consultancy and property management
Jack joined our Castle Douglas office in August 2018 and working within both the Rural, and Residential Sales teams. Currently working on Bute he is involved in all aspects of the management of the Mount Stuart Trust, working as the Estate Manager and furthering his experience towards becoming a fully qualified Rural Surveyor. He is working towards his APC and has been involved in property sales and lettings across Dumfries and Galloway, as well as assisting with a wide range of valuation and professional consultancy work.
James is a member of our Rural team based in the Stirling office. Working throughout Central Scotland, he is involved in management, access and compensation, valuation, land use negotiation, as well as carrying out a wide range of professional consultancy work.
James has practiced in Edinburgh for most of his career advising clients on all aspects of rural estate management, residential property and commercial property investment. Specialist areas in which he practices include agricultural holdings law, the valuation of rural property, forestry, inheritance tax planning and portfolio property investment. He is a partner in a family farming business in the Scottish Borders and is responsible for the firm's Borders offices.
Jennifer joined the Edinburgh office in 2016 after graduating from Scotland's Rural College with a First Class Honours Degree in Rural Business Management. She qualified as a Chartered Rural Surveyor in October 2018. She is involved in a wide range of valuation and professional consultancy across the Scottish Borders and Lothians as well as assisting with estate management.
Lucie joined Galbraith in 2012 and qualified in 2014. She works as a Land Agent in the Rural department at the Perth office and is involved in estate management, rural consultancy, valuation and property management work.
Mairi joined Galbraith in September 2019 as a Graduate Rural Surveyor. She is based in the Ayr Office and is working towards her APC and is involved in a wide range of valuations and professional consultancy work alongside estate management. Mairi is a graduate of Scotland’s Rural College with a honours degree in Rural Business Management.
Mark joined Land Factor in 2011 which merged with Galbraith in 2019. He works as a Land Agent within our Hexham Office and carries out a wide range of professional and management work on rural properties across the North of England.
Martin joined the rural department of Galbraith in 2019 and is based in the Perth and Cupar offices. He previously worked for a Farm Business Consultancy firm for 6 years. He will be involved in management and agricultural consultancy work and is an accredited farm advisor through FBASS and was brought up on a livestock farm outside of Cupar in Fife.
Matthew joined Land Factor in 2014 which merged with Galbraith in 2019. Working throughout North East of England from our Blagdon office he is managing agent for two large estates in Northumberland. This includes works associated with residential, commercial and agricultural tenancies, in-hand farming operations, forestry and negotiating third party access on to land.
Mike runs the Cupar Office and is Head of the Energy Division. With over 25 years experience Mike carries out a range of professional and management work on rural properties in central Scotland and the North of England. Mike also is a specialist in telecommunications, wind farm and compulsory purchase work.
Mike is based in our Edinburgh office and is mainly involved in estate management throughout East Lothian, the Borders and Lanarkshire. Mike is a farmer's son and has been with Galbraith for in excess of 30 years.
Neil joined Galbraith in 2011 and was based in the central belt until 2016 when he moved to our Inverness office. He has experience of managing city fringe and Highland Estates and undertakes all aspects of professional consultancy work such as negotiations and estate management, with a particular interest in fishery management and agriculture.
Nick carries out the full scope of wayleave work including securing wayleave permissions and any statutory consents for new electricity cable and/or Tower routes, refurbishment and replacement of existing Towers, crop compensation claims and GIS related mapping services.
Peter joined Land Factor in 1998 which merged with Galbraith in 2019. He works as a Partner within our Hexham and Blagdon Office. Working throughout the North East of England he specialises in estate management, rural commercial property and deal negotiation.
Poppy is part of our rural team and is based in Castle Douglas. She has previously worked as assistant factor on the Isle of Bute; in our Stirling office managing a number of estates around Glasgow and with the rural team in our Edinburgh office.
Rachel joined Galbraith as a Rural Surveyor in 2014 and is based in the Cupar office. Rachel is involved in management and utilities, as well as carrying out a wide range of valuation and professional consultancy work.
Richard joined Galbraith in 2013 after the merger with Hayes MacFarlane and has a thorough understanding of the Scottish property market, with particular focus on the rural property and land market in Perthshire and Angus. Richard can therefore offer clients sound and professional advice relating to a wide range of property matters.
Robert is partner in charge of rural valuations and AMC agency. He is a qualified Auctioneer and Chartered Surveyor with over 25 years working experience in both the rural and commercial property sectors. A past council member of SAAVA and IAAS, he lives and farms in Central Scotland.
Roddy joined Land Factor in 2004 which merged with Galbraith in 2019. He works as a Partner within our Hexham Office. Working throughout North-East England, he specialises in rural estate management. Roddy has extensive experience of dealing with development land, and bringing it through the planning process.
Rose joined Galbraith in September 2019 as a Graduate Rural Surveyor in the Castle Douglas Office. She is currently working towards her APC and undertakes a variety of work including valuations and estate management as well as assisting with residential sales in her local area of Wigtownshire. Rose holds an honours degree in Rural Business Management which she studied at Scotland’s Rural College.
Stewart joined the rural department of Galbraith in 2019, based in the Aberdeen Office. He worked for SGRPID throughout Scotland for 23 years, latterly heading up the Grampian Area Office. He will be involved in management and agricultural consultancy work. He runs his own arable and livestock farming business on the outskirts of Aberdeen.
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.
Tom joined Land Factor in 2016 and merged with Galbraith in 2019. He works as a Land Agent within our Hexham Office. Working throughout Northern England and Southern Scotland managing rural estates he also runs the sales department, selling farms and country houses in Northumberland.
Tom is highly experienced in agricultural matters; sporting and landed estate management and rural property issues including estate agency, valuation compensation and managing contract farming agreements. A member of the Rural Arbitration and Valuation Nomination Committee he also undertakes expert witness functions. Tom has qualifications in agriculture and is a rural Chartered Surveyor and qualified Arbiter.
Tom joined Land Factor in 1990 which merged with Galbraith in 2019. He works as a Partner within our Hexham Office. Working throughout the North East of England he specialises in estate strategy, tax planning and development agreements.
Wattie heads up the Land Agency Department in the Perth office and has over 35 years experience in the Scottish rural property market. He is also involved in general practice work including property valuation and overseeing utility work.