Our Annual Seminar this year will be discussing Rural Land and Finance post Credit Crunch.They will be held at two venues as follows:
Savoy Park Hotel, Ayr
Monday 7 March 2011
7 pm for 7.30 pm
Douglas Arms Hotel, Castle Douglas
Tuesday 8 March 2011
7 pm for 7.30 pm
It is clear that availability of credit is of key importance to many in present times. We intend to explore the issues and opportunities in our "credit crunch" world in so far as they affect farmers, landowners and rural property owners.
Simon Brown, MRICS of CKD Galbraith
Simon is Head of Farm Agency for CKD Galbraith and also runs our Castle Douglas office. He also farms on his own account near Borgue in Kirkcudbrightshire. He will provide an update on the rural property market covering farms and farmland.
Bob Cherry, MRICS / David Corrie, MRICS of CKD Galbraith
Bob Cherry runs our Ayr Office. David Corrie handles residential sales from our Castle Douglas Office. They will provide an update on the residential market to include sales, letting and development.
Robert Taylor, MRICS of CKD Galbraith
As AMC Agents, CKD Galbraith is active across Scotland. Robert, who is based in our Ayr Office and also farm on his own account near Cambuslang, will explain what is available.
Matthew Griffiths of Cluttons Private Finance
Based in CKD Galbraith's Edinburgh Office, Matthew specialises in setting up very competitive residential and commercial loans for borrowers.
Andy Morrison of CKD Galbraith
Andy is based in our Ayr Office and also farms near Symington. Formerly with the Scottish Government, he is our Agri-Environmental Advisor and has achieved a high success rate with SRDP Schemes since joining us last year. He will provide an update on the 2011 Scheme.
Each of the updates will last for about ten minutes, followed by questions and the opportunity for informal discussion with light refreshments and tea/coffee.
The seminar will conclude between 9pm 9.30pm.
If you would like to attend please e-mail or telephone Marion Currie at CKD Galbraith on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01556 505346.