CKD Galbraith has reported an increase in revenue and profit following acquisitions and growth over the last 18 months.
The firm, which operates 12 offices across Scotland and employs 225 people, has seen revenue rise to 10.6m and profit of 2.25m while simultaneously making a significant investment in industry leading software and systems in the last financial year. It has opened a new office in Aberdeen and has strengthened its operations in Edinburgh, Inverness, Perth and Galashiels with the appointment of residential and land agency specialists.
By strengthening its Estate Agency team in Edinburgh CKD Galbraith will be able to offer an even more comprehensive service to clients in the capital and across Peebleshire and the Lothians. Jennifer Campbell will now head estate agency in Edinburgh focussing on residential property sales.
Simon Brown, head of residential sales for CKD Galbraith, said: "By strengthening the team in Edinburgh and relocating staff from Peebles we are able to centralise our support function and ensure that we are best placed to provide the most comprehensive of services to our clients."
The firm has also expanded its operations in Galashiels. James Galbraith, Harry Lukas and Mike Thompson now head a highly experienced and dynamic land agency team in Galashiels serving the needs of clients throughout the Borders. In addition a recent major extension has been completed to the firms National Farms Agency office at Stirling Agricultural Centre.