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Agriforest undertake forest management, specialising in harvesting small to medium sized woodlands across Scotland & northern England. From harvesting sites situated in high public access areas, to management works in challenging locations. We aim to achieve the best financial return possible for the owner through effective marketing of timber and a cost effective approach to management works. The services Agriforest provide range from harvesting, marketing, ground preparation, planting, & road installations. Get in touch for a free, no obligation appraisal of your woodlands.
New and replacement LED lighting we supply the highest quality solutions. This Scottish business will provide you with a lighting plan and a cost of ownership document to help you see increased lighting levels, show accurate savings and return of investment times. Agron-LED supply agriculture, equestrian, commercial, residential and industrial LED and CCTV security options.
A family run business established in 1932 and pride ourselves on our company moto “Big enough to cope – Small enough to care”. Our Business Team would be more than happy to discuss your requirements which can be tailored to your specific needs.
In the advisory field, Allathan Associates has a complete spectrum of farming clients, from the family business to the larger multi-farm organisation to diverse rural estates. Many clients seek regular management advice to help achieve their objectives, whilst others will hire services only in response to a particular business issue or opportunity, such as acquiring additional land, starting a new venture, obtaining grant support, environmental advice, hiring a key employee, or changing a business structure. Our client base is primarily concentrated in North-east Scotland, although instructions are undertaken throughout Scotland, the UK, and occasionally abroad.
One of the UK’s leading Chartered Accountants + Business Advisory Firms. We are a long established firm with a depth of capability, experience and resource to meet your needs locally, nationally and internationally. Through our extensive service offering, our team is focused on providing the services that you need, when you need them, to help you grow and improve your business. It’s not about us – it’s about you. By working with us, you'll receive a personalised service geared to your business and delivered by a team of professionals seeking to add value.
Anderson Beaton Lamond Solicitors seek to deliver a quality, personal and professional service to all of its clients. All areas of general chamber practice are provided, particularly Residential Conveyancing; Leasing of Property; Commercial Property Conveyancing, Rural Estate, Agricultural and Forestry and renewable energy work; a wide range of Private Client work including Powers of Attorney; Wills; Trusts and Executry Administration. The firm has an extensive practice in agricultural/rural property and forestry law, with Lydia Fotheringham leading the team as a Law Society of Scotland Accredited Specialist. Lizzie McFadzean specialises in forestry work including purchases and sales. This rural emphasis has led to the firm’s Peter Stewart being involved for a great many land owning clients in renewable energy business.
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Anderson Strathern is a leading law firm offering legal and strategic services with a legacy of advising families and land owners for over 200 years. Our team of rural business specialists is second to none in terms of the breadth and depth of their expertise in the purchase/sale of rural property; agricultural and residential leasing and dispute resolution; and renewable and other energy projects. Working in tandem with our highly respected private client practice, which provides sophisticated and tailored advice on succession and tax planning, our team deliver comprehensive, high quality and commercially focussed advice to owners and managers of land across Scotland.
Ardalanish is first and foremost a farm and that is why the weaving mill is set at the end of the road, on a peninsula. In the late 90s, the farm changed hands and its new owners wanted to return it to an organic state. In the process, they looked at both the animals and the associated waste from the farm.