Scottish property consultancy, Galbraith, has recruited six new chartered and trainee surveyors and a qualified town planner and has strengthened its business with promotions to senior associate and associate level.
Due to continuous growth, Galbraith now has a team of over 270 people working across a broad spectrum of property and land management services.
Iain Russell, chairman of Galbraith, said: “We have always taken great pride in providing our clients with the highest levels of personal service and I am delighted that our staff share this ethos.
“In turn, we are pleased to be able to recognise and reward achievement by our employees and we are very pleased that those being promoted now have earned their status through significant professional development.
“In addition, we place the utmost importance on the recruitment and training of the best graduates, giving young people the opportunity of an exciting and interesting career.”
The senior promotions include
Phiddy Robertson, residential sales
Phiddy handles the sale of rural and urban properties in Inverness and Inverness-shire. She is a member of the NAEA and joined Galbraith in 2011.
Nick Morgan, utilities division
Nick carries out the full scope of wayleave work for landowners and any statutory consents for new and replacement electricity cable and tower routes, crop compensation claims and GIS-related mapping services.
Alex Inglis, residential sales
Alex has been an active surveyor and estate agent in the Scottish Borders since 1992. He manages Galbraith’s busy Kelso office and also handles residential valuation and agency work for the Galashiels office. Alex is a RICS registered valuer.