Stirling - This historic city is a highly desirable location boasting a perfect blend of contemporary culture and showcasing its best historical assets such as Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument. The city also holds a reputable university with a high ranking and beautiful campus.
Clackmannanshire - Located between the River Forth and the Ochil hills this area is one of the most picturesque and sought after residential locations in Scotland, it also benefits from the popular Sterling Mills Outlet Shopping Village and several esteemed educational institutions.
We work closely with other members of Martin & Co's Scottish network including attendance at the upcoming National Landlords Exhibition in November 2011.
Allan Bate oversees the day to day running of the branch and leads from the front in ensuring that high standards of professionalism and a first class level of customer service are provided at all times. With over twenty years of management experience within both the finance and property sectors, Allan is always available to guide you through every aspect of both the letting and sales process.
Letting Negotiators – David Holmes and Calvin Smyth are responsible for the lettings process from initial tenant application, through to the move in process. They always strive to find the right tenant/property match and are passionate about building and maintaining strong working relationships with our landlord base.
Estate Agent – Joe Leathley has built up a solid track record of customer satisfaction over a number of years within property sales and is always on hand to walk you through each step of the sales process.
Property Management Department
Senior Property Manager – Suzanne Dalziel heads up our property management department and is responsible for all property maintenance and the retention of our managed lettings portfolio.
Property Manager – Lesley Glen works closely with our landlords and tenants on tenancy renewals and property maintenance issues.
Property Management Coordinators – Kelly Dermidy and Samantha Munro ensure that all managed properties comply with current legislation. They are responsible for arranging inventories, gas safe certificates, energy performance certificates and preparing all legal documentation.
Property Inspection Coordinators – Joyce McVarrie and Jennifer Menday ensure that your property is always maintained to a high standard by arranging and carrying out all inventory reports, exit inspections and interim condition
Accounts Manager – Norrie Coul has many years of experience within both the public and private finance sectors and is in charge of payment processing to landlords and contractors, rent collection, litigation cases and tenant deposit
The Stirling area holds highly sought after educational institutes, both private and state including Stirling High School, Wallace High School and Beaconhurst School. Clackmannanshire is home to one of the best private schools in the country, Dollar Academy, located at the Hillfoots of the Ochil Hills in the village of Dollar. Families moving to either Stirling or Clackmannanshire have some great options in terms of educational facilities regardless of age range.
The Stirling city centre, with its proximity to the university has a varied and exciting night life and cultural arts scene. The city is also very well known for its blend of traditional pubs and contemporary bars, clubs and restaurants.
The key aspects that draw people to Stirling and Clackmannanshire are their rich cultural and historic background. As the former capital of Scotland, Stirling's old town is a beautiful blueprint of Scottish history and holds many interesting attractions such as The Old Town Jail, The Stirling Castle itself and The Church of the Holy Rude. Clackmannanshire is also the home of several popular golf courses as well as a beautiful nature reserve. To
One of the most advantageous aspects of Stirling is its provision of excellent public transport; the Stirling Rail Station has regular trains to all major cities such as Aberdeen, Perth, Glasgow and Edinburgh. The city also has a bus station which supplies both transport for around the city and links to the surrounding areas. Stirling's central location also has the benefit of being close to major road networks such as the A9.
Stirling and Clackmannanshire are not only picturesque and historical but also benefit from being a rich source of employment and opportunity. Residency here is in high demand due to its location and additionally because of the high standard of living that the city and its surrounding areas can provide.