Emma Chalmers, Scott Holley and our Estate Agency team sell town and country properties, farms and estates across Perthshire from the City of Perth itself to Highland Perthshire including Aberfeldy, Pitlochry and Killin. Our lettings team provides a full lettings and management service for residential properties across the region. Our Perth office also provides a range of rural services from agricultural consultancy to full estate management.
Monday - Thursday: 9am - 5.30pmFriday: 9am - 5.00pmYou can also call us on 01738 451111 on Saturday mornings from 9.30am – 12.30pm.
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.
Calum is responsible for the Galbraith’s Energy Department which serves a diverse range of clients from major plc utility companies to private individuals looking to benefit from renewable energy incentives. He is a recognised expert on sporting rates. Calum is principally based in our Perth office and in addition to attending to energy matters he heads up the Commercial Property Department within this office. The department provides a range of agency, consultancy and professional services to private clients across the various commercial property sectors.
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.
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.
Emma is head of the Agency Department in the Perth Office where she has worked for most of her career and covers Perthshire, Kinross-shire and Angus specialising in sales, purchases and valuations of rural property, country houses, farms and estates..
Hamish runs the Forestry Department in our Perth office providing all aspects of forest management, grant applications and valuations. Hamish started working for Galbraith in Inverness in 1994 and moved to Perth in 2002. Hamish previously spent seven years as the resident forestry manager on Alvie Estate in Speyside.
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.
Jami Caird joined Galbraith in 2006 and having worked in the Buildings Surveying and Agency departments, she now assists in the Lettings Department in the Perth office. Jami deals with telephone and online enquiries, property management, general administration and lease preparation.
Jay has been with Galbraith since 2003. She heads up the Letting Department and is a Member of the Association of Residential Letting Agents providing a comprehensive service for landlords and tenants in the Perthshire area. She is qualified with the highest industry qualification delivered by the ARLA Propertymark.
Laura is an experienced professional Agent, with a previous career in sales and having worked in demanding customer facing environment roles, Laura is able to offer clients a bespoke and client focused service to facilitate their sale from start to finish.
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.
Mungo works for the Sporting Lets department and has extensive practical experience of both Scottish and foreign fieldsports combined with a background in commercial property. Mungo specialises in sporting lettings with an active input in all matters pertaining to Scottish sport.
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. He also carries out valuations of agricultural land and property.
Paul works primarily with clients in central and southern Scotland. With 17 years experience, he has successfully planned and implemented timber harvesting and woodland establishment operations in a wide range of scenarios including mixed estates, upland plantations and native woodlands. He joined the forestry department in 2015.
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 leads Sporting Lets - Galbraith's sporting letting department - from the Perth Office. He has been principally involved in property and fieldsports for over 25 years. Robert specialises in sporting lettings with an active input into the sales and management of sporting estates.
Scott has a broad and diverse range of experience within the rural and residential property market. Having previously worked in central London, Scott has built up the knowledge and expertise to help clients achieve their objectives.
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.
William joined Galbraith in 2007 as the Factor for Islay Estates. In 2016 he was appointed as the Factor at Glamis where he now manages the varied portfolio that makes up Strathmore Estates. This includes residential, commercial and agricultural tenancies, sporting lets, forestry as well as a large in-hand farm and Glamis Castle.