Maintaining church buildings and their grounds is a challenging task due to the numerous different styles and sizes of church buildings and their adjoining churchyards.
We are delighted to welcome both Ben Dobson and Lucy Tremble to the firm.
The current trends in the Fife property market demonstrate that this is an ideal time to sell, according to leading property consultancy Galbraith.
Galbraith has reported a significant increase in revenue and profit following growth across the firm in the past year.
Galbraith welcomed the news that Galashiels has today been named as Scotland's happiest place to live and the 11th happiest place in the UK.
The property market in Dumfries & Galloway is the most active in Scotland, according to figures released by Galbraith.
New quarterly figures released by, Galbraith, covering the third quarter of the year (July – Sept 2019) shows the Aberdeen property market to be holding strong as we head towards the festive period.
The Scottish Borders property market continues to hold strong with Brexit not deterring homebuyers from making their next move.
Hexham is the ideal place for our new residential agency service as it has just been voted the happiest place to live in the UK, according to a national survey.
Traditionally the property market would slow down around Christmas, with some sellers even choosing to take their property off the market and re-launch it in the spring. In recent years there has been a complete reversal and the festive period is now an ideal time to market your home.
House sales in the Highlands are continuing to forge ahead, with buyers acting quickly when they find a property that meets their needs.
The Ayrshire housing market has continued to be active – despite the dual effect of an impending general election and the continued Brexit uncertainty which was expected to have caused a slowdown.
Galbraith is celebrating after all five of its new graduate trainees passed the final stage of their Assessment of Professional Competence, awarded by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
Galbraith is marketing Hillhead of Catter Farm, a productive and commercial livestock unit set amidst the beauty of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.
Galbraith has established its residential agency service for Northern England, with the appointment of experienced surveyors Sam Gibson and Heather Hardy, based in the firm’s Hexham office.
Galbraith is launching to the open market an outstanding dairy and arable farm with an excellent range of modern purpose-built dairy facilities, a completely renovated traditional four-bedroom farmhouse, a separate two-bedroom cottage, and a productive area of arable and pasture ground extending about 1,246.92 acres (504.62 hectares) in total.
Galbraith is pleased to bring to the market Forester’s Lodge, an attractive traditional house situated close to the southern shore of Loch Ness at Inverfarigaig. The property enjoys a peaceful rural setting next to Farigaig Forest, with waymarked walks directly from the house.
Newly appointed partner, Athole McKillop, joined Galbraith from April and has now stepped into the role of head of forestry.
Galbraith join forces with NFU Mutual to advise homeowners and landowners in South West Scotland on asset management and financial planning.
Galbraith continues to expand its presence and range of services into the North of England, following its merger with Land Factor in April 2019.