Ledingham Chalmers LLP has opened its doors at United Auctions' Stirling Agricultural Centre mirroring its presence at the north-east of Scotland's largest mart, Thainstone.
With long-established offices in Aberdeen, Inverness and Edinburgh, and significant interest in the rural sector, the move to Stirling Agricultural Centre is intended to support growth ambitions across Scotland.
Jennifer Young, chairman of Ledingham Chalmers, said: “This is a key strategic location as we increase our offering across Scotland, and we are very pleased to open our doors at United Auctions' Stirling Agricultural Centre.
"Stirling has an important role to play not only in our work in the agricultural sector but also in providing improved access to central Scotland, where we aim to further expand our activity in the rural sector and, in particular, farming, food, fish and forestry and increasingly the renewable sector.
Ledingham Chalmers' presence at Stirling will be managed by colleagues within the agricultural team, including partner and accredited specialist in agricultural law Allan Collie, locally based Rural Business Director Linda Tinson, and newly recruited Private Client Services Director John Campbell.
Representatives of the firm will launch its presence in Stirling by attending the February bull sales at the Agricultural Centre, due to take place from Monday, February 6 to Wednesday 8 and on Monday, February 20 and Tuesday 21.