Living by Robertson has recently strengthened its land buying team with the appointment of land manager Eilidh Imrie, part of the housebuilder’s plans to quadruple the number of homes they are building annually by 2026
Part of the Robertson Group- which reported a £588m turnover in 2021– Living by Robertson is based in Stirling and has a property portfolio across Scotland.
Land manager Eilidh Imrie, who joins the team responsible for identifying and acquiring residential land, said: “A big draw for me to join Living by Robertson is the fact the company is still young, which means I can be part of the journey as Living continues its ambitions to grow very rapidly.
“We are a small, close-knit team which enables us to be agile and move fast to secure suitable land, which is beneficial for those selling and also speeds up the process for Living to bring much needed new homes to the market.”
Eilidh joins Living by Robertson from Keepmoat Homes; before that, she was with construction recruitment company Contract Scotland. Eilidh has also volunteered as a construction worker with the charity Habitat for Humanity International alongside Homes for Scotland building a house for a family in need in Kenya.
Living by Robertson is open to buying new and unexplored land
Living by Robertson is committed to building homes in sought-after locations with excellent transport links, easy access to essential amenities and good local schools. This follows the Robertson Group’s pledge to create £1bn of social value, spending locally in the project areas and with social enterprises, microbusinesses and SMEs.
Eilidh continued: “We work with all the usual channels to buy land, but we know there will be lots of hidden gems out there! For anyone unsure if their land is ‘suitable’ or who has never considered selling their land to a housebuilder, we would encourage them to get in touch.”