CKD Galbraith Strengthens Partnership
CKD Galbraith has strengthened its rural, estate agency, and sporting operations with several key promotions.
Emma Chalmers, who is based in Perth and specialises in country house and estate sales, has been made a partner as has Duncan Barrie, from the firm’s National Farm Sales Centre in Stirling. Gordon Brown, promoted to Senior Associate, will lead the firm’s forestry teams across Scotland. Mungo Ingleby from the firm’s Sporting Lets department; Dominic Wedderburn, from residential and James Taylor from building surveying have all become Associates.
CKD Galbraith is Scotland’s largest independent property consultancy and specialises in the residential, commercial, rural and renewable energy sectors.
In the last year, the firm sold in excess of £230million of property and handled the sale of over half of all the sporting estates in Scotland worth over £30million and encompassing 57,000 acres of land. Over the last twelve months CKD Galbraith has brought 132 farms to the market comprising in excess of 26,000 acres of agricultural land with a total value of over £115 million.
Iain Russell, Chairman of CKD Galbraith, said:
CKD Galbraith is a home-grown Scottish success story and it is of paramount importance that we continue to strengthen our partnership and recognise the effort and dedication of our talented staff. We pride ourselves in having top professionals working across their specialist fields offering a truly unrivalled service, and these promotions and appointments underline that commitment.