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Shepherd Chartered Surveyors Opens New Office In Bearsden

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Shepherd Chartered Surveyors has opened a new residential office in Bearsden, East Dunbartonshire.

Headed up by Shepherd residential partner Alan Fleming, the new office, situated at a prime location at 4 Canniesburn Toll, is Shepherd's 38th in the UK and the first to present its new signage and shop front display.

Ian Fergusson, Senior Partner at Shepherd, said: "Our investment in an office in Bearsden can be seen as an indication of our confidence in, and commitment to servicing, the residential market throughout East Dunbartonshire.

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"Marking the latest stage of our strategic plan for growth via the expansion of our extensive office network, the opening of our Bearsden office is indicative of our focus on our core business of providing professional Home Reports, being close to our clients and estate agents from our new prominent position at Canniesburn Toll."

Mr Fleming added: "As a Bearsden resident, I'm delighted to help bring to fruition this new local office which will enable us to enhance further the service we can offer to our clientele through the deployment of our in-depth local market knowledge.

"The housing market throughout East Dunbartonshire remains very active with keen demand supporting property values, particularly within the much sought after areas of Bearsden."

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