PROPERTY bible, Estates Gazette, has recognised Shepherd Chartered Surveyors as one of the top commercial firms in Scotland.
In its annual analysis of Scotland’s commercial surveying market, the publication noted that “the only company to really shake up the established order north of the border was Shepherd Commercial, which broke impressively into the top five of all sectors bar investment”.
The publication ranked Shepherd second in Scotland in the retail property sector, third in both the office and industrial sectors and fifth in the leisure and hotel sectors.
Chris Grinyer, managing partner at Shepherd’s Aberdeen office, said: “As this annual research into activity within Scotland’s commercial property market reveals, Shepherd is now a major player across all sectors.
“We’re delighted with this recognition and look forward to continuing to develop our business in Scotland; a growth we have achieved through our partner-led approach and detailed knowledge of the marketplace together with our recognition and acceptance by all the major institutional lenders’ panels.”
Shepherd is a national surveying business providing its clients with decades of experience and expertise, together with national resources and comprehensive local market knowledge.
Originating in Scotland in 1880, with a network of offices and surveyors across the UK, it offers a multi-disciplinary property service encompassing a comprehensive range of residential and commercial services, including: Home Reports; valuation; development advice; corporate recovery; restructuring; commercial property asset management; agency services; building surveying; Energy Performance Certificates and renewables.
For further information please contact Chris Grinyer on tel 01224 202800
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Date 13th March 2013.
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