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New Black Isle office launched at the Black Isle Show



Speyside based firm of Rural Practice Chartered Surveyors, Peter Graham and Associates LLP, are celebrating their 6th anniversary with the opening of a second office on the Black Isle where they intend to expand their services into Easter Ross and further North.

Over the past few years Peter Graham and Associates LLP have gone from strength to strength and continues to double turnover year on year. They now employ 12 members of full time staff and are always on the lookout for fresh new talent with a passion for rural Scotland. Their most recent employee, Jennifer Durham, joins the team from Strutt and Parker in Inverness and will run the Black Isle office based from their newest estate, Rosehaugh.

A recent client said  ‘it’s the proactive and personal service from PGA that makes them stand out from the crowd’.

Peter Graham and Associates LLP seem to be exceeding their client promise to offer a high quality, professional and personalised service to individual clients. Currently working from Huntly to Camster and Dunbeath to Fort William, Peter Graham & Associates show that they have found their niche in this competitive market place.

The new office will provide a base for Peter Graham and Associates LLP to offer strategic advice, management and valuation services across the spectrum of all rural property matters including renewable energy thanks to a close relationship with its associate company Coneloch Renewables LLP.

If you want to contact the new office on the Black Isle please call Jennifer Durham on 01381 625111.


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