Scottish property consultancy Galbraith is eyeing up further expansion after revenues rise by 6% to £13.7m.
The group, which operates in 14 offices around Scotland and the north of England, reported profits increased of £2.9m, for its financial year ending March 2019. In the last two years profits also increased by 33%.
Since the end of the financial year, Galbraith has merged with the former business of Land Factor.
Commenting on the report, CEO of Galbraith, Pam Over said she is “delighted” with the results. She said: “We look forward to the merger with Land Factor being reflected in our future performance.
“Our self-contained business streams have prospered this year. We have invested in our energy, building surveying and forestry divisions in particular, as there are significant opportunities in these sectors. Once again we are reporting impressive growth across the board.”
Ian Russell, chairman of Galbraith added: “Our strategy of delivering high quality property services with the best professionals through an extensive network of offices has proved successful.
“We are committed to maintaining this approach and are confident that good opportunities lie ahead across our various business divisions.”