Bowlts Chartered Surveyors
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Bowlts Chartered Surveyors An independent practice of Chartered Surveyors established in 1991, Bowlts has its roots in traditional land agency and rural property consultancy. Over the years it has expanded and developed and now offers specialist advice in a wide range of services including rural estate and property management, forestry management, estate agents, planning and architecture, mapping.

As a firm, we are committed to providing services that are dedicated to the needs of our clients, both in the public and private sectors, in an ever-changing environment. We offer a blend of traditional and modern services, embracing the latest technology, but still remain passionate about providing a high quality personal service. From office in Elgin, we cover the whole of north of Scotland including Highland and Grampian and beyond.

The croft land benefits from Planning Permission in Principle (reference no: 19/04771/PIP) for the erection of a dwelling house.

read more › The croft land benefits from Planning Permission in Principle (reference no: 19/04771/PIP) for the erection of a dwelling house. The croft land is ideally situated within the Cairngorms National Park and enjoys fantastic views over the surrounding landscapes. We continue to monitor and act on guidance from the Scottish government, NHS and other relevant agencies to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our clients, team and the wider public. The Scottish government has recently reopened the Peatland Action Scheme for applications in 2021.

read more › Holiday let properties are shown here on behalf of clients. Bowlts Chartered Surveyors are not acting as an agent in respect of the holiday properties shown on this site. Therefore, all enquiries should be directed to the property owner via the contact details provided. Where available, links are provided to external websites. We try to ensure that the details shown are up to date, but please ensure that you check with the property owners direct before booking. A delightful cottage situated close to the shore and amidst open croftland.

read more › Our Forestry Team offers a comprehensive package of professional, reliable and comprehensive forest management throughout Scotland. Every member of our small, highly experienced team work closely with woodland owners to provide a service tailored to their unique requirements. With our in-depth knowledge of the forest industry and practices, clients can be assured that their woodland will be managed efficiently and sustainably. Our management ranges from existing multi-functional estate woodlands to commercial conifer plantations.

read more › The private ownership of commercial forests is capable of providing excellent returns on investment, and are a sensible choice in terms of efficient taxation management. Investment opportuntities range from purchasing farmland for planting through to mature forests offering potential for immediate timber income, and purchases can be matched to meet an investor's individual requirements. We can provide impartal market valuations and balanced investment advice for all types of woodland. We can assist in the sourcing and acquisition of woodlands whilst offering high quality woodland management services to help achieve our client's investment aspirations.

read more › Trees and woodland often needs to meet the needs of specific non-timber objectives. These objectives can range from native woodland restoration; the design of farm shelter woods; sporting woodlands or community and amenity needs. Our foresters are not only able to draw on their own experience but also upon the expertise of other land managers within the firm to ensure that our advice fully integrates with other aspects of land management such as agricultural, sporting and other rural enterprises.

read more › With an environmentally aware government, policies in place to support this, and attractive grant support, there has never been a better time for woodland creation within Scotland. If you are thinking of creating new woodland whether it be a commercial conifer crop or an extensive native woodland scheme, our forestry team have the expertise and experience required for this specialist form of land management. Alongside woodland creation, the management of carbon is becoming increasingly important and is demonstrated within the UK Carbon Code

read more › The long term management of existing woodlands is becoming increasingly important for many woodland owners; particularly when trying to achieve a balance between economic and environmental objectives. We have established a strong record of producing and delivering Long Term Forest Plans which are tailored to meet the client's objectives, whether they are environmental, economic, sporting or recreational. Long Term Forest Plans or Woodland Management Plans are widely recognised tools for use in future planning.

read more › We can provide a comprehensive GIS/digital mapping service to clients, from creation and management of data, to complex data analysis and high quality presentational output. We can assist landowners, forestry owners, researchers, developers, authorities and other organisations to capture, use and manage their locational based data more effectively. Whether your project is large or small we have the resources and GIS expertise to assist. Using the industry standard ESRI ArcGIS software, we can work other key organisations, including Forestry Commission, SNH, Scottish Government and Crofters Commission, as well as engineers and developers to exchange, often rapidly changing, data.

read more › One of the key priorities for the Act is to provide a scheme for the completion of the Land Register and the closure of the Register of Sasines. For acceptance into the Land Register a deed must have a valid deed plan. If a valid plan is not included then an application for registration may be rejected. Bowlts can provide a comprehensive deed plan preparation service in accordance with the Registers of Scotland new Deed Plan Criteria. We can prepare anything from straightforward single dwelling plans to complex land holdings where it is useful to be able to map a large number of deeds to identify ownership.

read more › Planning authorities require information relating to trees which are in proximity to proposed developments in order to demonstrate that applicants seeking planning permission have considered the impact of development on the existing trees and woodlands, and have identified opportunities for planning and management of new trees and woodlands. A BS5837:2012 tree report enables architects and planners to design development schemes around existing tree constraints early on in the process, thus mitigating the potential objections to the application from the Local Authority Tree Officer.

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