Shepherd Chartered Surveyors

Shepherd’s record commercial property auction features 30 lots with £7m combined value

Shepherd Chartered Surveyors' biggest-ever commercial property auction, featuring 30 lots with a combined commercial value of £7 million, will take place tomorrow.

Published 18 October 2021

Dumfries landholding brought to market as redevelopment opportunity

Shepherd Chartered Surveyors is bringing to market the former Penman Engineering site at Locharbriggs, Dumfries as large industrial premises or a redevelopment opportunity for sale.

Published 11 October 2021

Former rugby star Andy Nicol delivers speech to Shepherd and Hardies trainees

Shepherd Chartered Surveyors and Hardies Property & Construction Consultants have hosted their first graduate and trainee day in-house training programme since lockdown with former Scottish international and British and Irish Lions rugby player Andy Nicol as guest speaker delivering an inspirational keynote speech on leadership and teamship.

Published 11 October 2021

Former AECC site launched to market with permission for 500 new homes

A residential development opportunity for up to 500 homes on the former site of Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre has been launched to the market.

Published 6 October 2021

Closing date set on sale of former police station with residential redevelopment potential in Carradale

Shepherd Chartered Surveyors has set a closing date of 12 noon on July 28 on the sale of a former police station with residential development potential in Carradale, Campbeltown.

Published 19 July 2021

Housebuilders invited to deliver new village in Lanarkshire

Landowner Albert Bartlett Properties has instructed Shepherd Chartered Surveyors to invite bids from housebuilders to deliver Berryhill, an exclusive new village in Lanarkshire.

Published 27 May 2021

Former Innerleithen textile mill and site up for sale

A former textile mill and site in Innerleithen that is suitable for a variety of commercial uses or residential development has been brought to market.

Published 18 May 2021

Commercial development plot within Sighthill residential development brought to market

A commercial development plot within the Sighthill regeneration project’s NorthBridge residential development is being marketed for lease or sale.

Published 6 May 2021

Bids sought for Glasgow’s Teacher building

The iconic Teacher building at St Enoch Square in Glasgow has been put up for sale as a prime city centre development opportunity with offers over £1.35 million invited.

Published 30 April 2021

Glasgow’s Royal Exchange Square building for sale

Shepherd Chartered Surveyors has brought to market a landmark building on Glasgow’s iconic Royal Exchange Square for sale as a prime investment opportunity.

Published 23 April 2021

Multi-let investment opportunity unveiled in Dumfries

Shepherd Chartered Surveyors has brought to market a multi-let investment opportunity in Dumfries on behalf of Mapeley.

Published 13 April 2021

Shepherd Chartered Surveyors expands into England with management and consultancy launch

Shepherd Chartered Surveyors, a Scottish chartered surveyor and property agent, has embarked on an expansion drive into England with the launch of Shepherd Property Consultants.

Published 23 March 2021

Closing date set on former Madras development site

A closing date has been set for the sale of the former Madras College site in St Andrews, which has been recommended for use as housing.

Published 17 August 2020

Shepherd lends support to Captain Tom Moore

During the Second World War, chartered surveyors enjoyed the status of a Reserved Occupation per the schedule passed as an Act of Parliament in 1939, thereby avoiding conscription and National Service.

Published 21 April 2020

Call for rating appeals to be lodged due to material change of circumstances arising from coronavirus

Shepherd Chartered Surveyors has called for rating appeals to be lodged and ideally to be backdated to March 4 as a result of a material change of circumstances arising from the coronavirus pandemic.

Published 31 March 2020