George F. White Opens Scottish Office
We are delighted to announce the opening of our first office in Southern Scotland, located in the market town of Duns having merged with the long established Nancy Hodge Farm Business Services (FBS) consultancy run by Nancy Sloan.
The new office, at 15 Murray Street, will support George F. White’s continuing growth with the firm covering an expanded geographical area from Southern Scotland down to North Lincolnshire.
Hugh Fell, Managing Partner of George F. White commented: “This is a very exciting announcement for us. We already have a large client base in Southern Scotland and being geographically closer to our clients will enable us to better service their needs.
We are a business that strongly believes in the energy and enthusiasm of our team and we are thrilled that established team member Michael Bell will be leading the team in the region.
In addition, Nancy and her team are well known and highly regarded for their work across the Borders, Lothians and Northumberland areas, and we are delighted with the announcement. We will work closely with Nancy and her existing team to continue delivering outstanding customer service to clients old and new.”
The services offered by George F. White will continue to be those offered by FBS including farm consultancy, book keeping, farm record keeping and grants and subsidies along with additional services: valuation, utilities, management of business strategies, property management and property sales and acquisitions.
Nancy Sloan, who founded FBS over 30 years ago, commented: “I am excited about the merger with George F. White they have a very experienced team of professionals offering an extensive range of services which compliments those that we have traditionally offered. I am very much looking forward to working with them and being part of their expert team to deliver a complete rural business package.”
If you would like to speak with our Duns team please contact:
Michael Bell – 07872 501647
Jessica Card – 07912 895919
Will we see an increase in FBT’s if support payments are capped?
The reform of the CAP in 2005 allowed freedom of cropping/stocking and removed the years of h... Read More
Farmers and Landowners Urged to Look at Business Resilience in Testing Times
With formal discussions on how we exit the European Union now starting, now more than ever fa... Read More
How farm diversification can hold the key to long term stability
The UK farming sector is currently experiencing a great period of uncertainty, with market pr... Read More