ALMOST 750 hectares of prime commercial forestry in the Scottish Borders has come to the market for offers over £14 million. Goldcrest Land & Forestry Group has launched the sale of the Ramsaygrain East Forests, which extend to 745 hectares and are available as a whole or in three lots.
GOLDCREST Land & Forestry Group was launched by a trio of well-known forestry specialists. Chartered Surveyors Jon Lambert, Fenning Welstead and Jock Galbraith, who between them have worked in forestry for a total of 70 years, have formed a new partnership operating throughout the UK.
Glengoulandie is an extensive forest estate with young #conifer crops and mixed #broadleaves, is for sale through GOLDCREST Land & Forestry Group.
With impressive views towards majestic Schiehallion, the #estate also includes a large area of stunningly wild open hill, #afforestation opportunities and a high quality #forest road network. Additionally, it benefits from proximity to approved timber routes.
Our new office address is 18 Great Stuart Street, Edinburgh, EH3 7TN, We are thrilled with the arrival of our new meeting room table created by our good friend Rob Goodburn. ‘Retired’ architect Rob who has a fabulous eye for design, detail and all things sustainable, now crafts stunning bespoke furniture to order. Here, the commercial Sitka spruce supports the top created from salvaged elm from an Edinburgh garden.
We are delighted to announce that GOLDCREST Land & Forestry Group is Tilhill ‘s partner of choice for the 2022 publication and launch of The UK Forest Market Report. The report is considered to be the most comprehensive publicly available record of forestry transactions in the UK.
GOLDCREST Land & Forestry Group has expanded its national team with the appointments of Hayden Morrison, who joins as Senior Investment Forester at the firm’s Scottish office and Oliver Thompson as a Chartered Forestry Agent, based in Cheshire and covering all of England and Wales.
Scottish commercial forestry is more sought-after than ever in 2021. Since November, prices have escalated from a steady £70/T for standing crop to well over £100/T – and as much as £135/T in one recent case in Southern Scotland.
SCOTTISH forestry estates have been put up for sale with a total price tag of more than £30 million as the drive to cut carbon dioxide emissions stokes interest in the sector. Goldcrest Land & Forestry is seeking offers over £34m in total for seven estates in areas stretching from the Scottish Borders to Angus.