The Scottish Land and Estates Helping it Happen Awards returned to the Sheraton Hotel on October 5th to recognise and celebrate the work of estates, rural businesses and individuals who are helping rural Scotland to thrive.
Wesley shares his account of breaking into the industry, highlighting challenges beyond seeking employment but of diversity and inclusion too.
After a year in industry, Part 1 Architectural Assistant Ailsa Innes shares her experience working with the architects and building surveyors at GLM in Edinburgh.
On Earth Day 2022 – GLM reflects on how retrofit can facilitate an enduring future for buildings and support the built environment to be more sustainable.
To summarise what was an exciting, varied and at times uncertain year, GLM reflected on 2021 through our year in numbers.
The Helping it Happen Awards, organised by Scottish Land and Estates, aim to highlight the accomplishments of forward-facing business who, despite these challenging times, are making a real impact, especially in Scotland’s rural sector. Whether this is by providing affordable rural housing; working with schools to support and develop learning; creating sustainable employment opportunities; or, showcasing our […]
First days in new jobs are often full of surprises – perhaps not quite what you expected, a different culture and a different team. When Finn Caldwell joined the team a couple of months ago his first days were certainly something to write about. In his first GLM blog, Finn shares his first days with […]
GLM are delighted to continue our support for Rural Scotland as we Headline Sponsor the Helping it Happen Awards 2021
The Helping it Happen Awards, organised by Scottish Land and Estates, seeks to celebrate rural Scotland and those who are helping it thrive through sharing and recognising good news stories from up and down the country, both big and small. GLM are delighted to once again be the headline sponsor of these awards as the unusual and […]
This week on our social media channels Aythan Lewes, Director, has reflected on the project at John O’Groats – sharing lessons learned and insights as well as some great photos. The blog below brings all those posts together as one memory of the project. If you were involved in the project or have stayed in […]
It seems like only yesterday that I was writing in celebration of the Highland Office’s first Birthday in the midst of lockdown and a whole dose of uncertainty, unknowns and, quite rightly, disappointment at our summer being kyboshed by covid. Today I write as we sit on the edge of a second wave, a […]