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More than 200 people from Aberdeen and beyond turned up to support a one-off Battle of the Bands event organised by Stronachs LLP and FG Burnett, raising more than £3,000 for Children in Need.

The firms, which have been neighbours on Albyn Place for more than 20 years, arranged the night to continue their inter-office annual charity challenge with a band from each business performing at popular Aberdeen venue Babylon.

Full service law firm Stronachs was represented by Bobby and the Bobcats with partners Bobby McDonald on guitar, Hamish Lean on drums and Liz Stewart on vocals with solicitors Laura Bisset on bass guitar and Jennifer Love on keyboard. Scottish commercial property consultancy FG Burnett’s band Where’s Watty? featured Jonathan Nesbitt on guitar, Graeme Watt on drums and Stuart Fyvie on guitar and vocals.

The battle, judged live by the audience, was won by Stronachs’ Bobby and the Bobcats whose set included performances of “The Skye Boat Song” featuring a performance from  guest bagpiper and Stronachs partner Ewan Neilson, as well as  two numbers written by songwriter and lead guitarist Bobby McDonald. FG Burnett’s Where’s Watty? put on  a valiant show with their set which included “Caledonia”, “Johnny B. Goode” and a mash up of “Rolling in the Deep” and “Back in Black.”

Stronachs partner and solicitor advocate Bobby McDonald said: “We had a great time performing at the Battle of the Bands event and it was fantastic to see so many people coming together to support Children in Need.

“It was a very close battle with our victory being decided in a tie break round, we then finished off the evening with both bands performing together in a rendition of “500 Miles” by The Proclaimers.”

FG Burnett’s director Jonathan Nesbitt said: “A great evening was had by all and while it was a close run battle, we’d like to congratulate Bobby and the Bobcats.

“We’d also like to thank everyone who came along and to the raffle sponsors for their generous donations.  A fantastic amount raised for Children in Need.” 

This is the fifth year the businesses have collaborated on a charity challenge to raise money for Children in Need, with employees taking part in a variety of previous competitions including fitting as many people as possible into a Mini.

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Aberdeen Music Hall Redevelopment

November 9, 2016
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FG Burnett are delighted to assist Kier Construction Scotland following the award of the £6.725 million contract to transform the Aberdeen Music Hall by undertaking a Schedule of Condition within the areas of the building where items of architectural interest are to be maintained and protected prior to the commencement of downtakings etc. Jim Johnstone Director & Head of Building Consultancy within FG Burnett commented: “The ambitious and challenging project will give a much needed face lift to the internal parts of the building, making a much more welcoming and user friendly space whilst retaining the historic features of the … Read More

Battle of the Bands for Children in Need

October 12, 2016
More than 200 people from Aberdeen and beyond turned up to support a one-off Battle of the Bands event organised by Stronachs LLP and FG Burnett, raising more than £3,000 for Children in Need. The firms, which have been neighbours on Albyn Place for more than 20 years, arranged the night to continue their inter-office annual charity challenge with a band from each business performing at popular Aberdeen venue Babylon. Full service law firm Stronachs was represented by Bobby and the Bobcats with partners Bobby McDonald on guitar, Hamish Lean on drums and Liz Stewart on vocals with solicitors Laura … Read More

Haudagain Retail Park Investment For Sale

October 5, 2016
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FG Burnett are delighted to be marketing Haudagain Retail Park, one of Aberdeen’s most high profile retail investments. The location at the junction of North Anderson Drive and Great Northern Road ensures that thousands of vehicles pass the site on a daily basis. KFC, American Golf, Carphone Warehouse, Maplin and High Seat provide a superb tenant line-up, producing an overall rental of £248,750 per annum. Dave MacLeod is handling the sale jointly with Osborne King in Belfast and believes the location, tenant mix and unexpired terms of the leases will prove attractive to investors. Offers in excess of £3.0 Million … Read More

Client Requirement

October 3, 2016
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Option 1 *  Existing building – detached preferred *  All existing uses considered (industrial/offices/retail) *  2,000 – 4,000 sq.ft, over one floor *  Ability to be serviced via a dedicated service area/secondary access *  Good road access and/or prominently located *  Good parking provision *  Purchase preferred, although leasehold considered.   Option 2 *  Site of max. 0.5 Acres with ability to accommodate Option 1 *  Purchase only   Target locations are as below, but will consider any options:- *  Portlethen/Newtonhill *  Bridge of Don to Ellon *  Dyce *  West of Aberdeen, as far as Kingswells Contact Moira Gordon … Read More

Industrial Requirement

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Industrial Requirement We have a warehouse requirement as follows:- *  5,000-7,000 sq.ft *  Leasehold *  Central/Harbour/Bridge of Don *  No yard required *  Parking/forecourt preferred *  Timing June 2017 All options to Moira Gordon (01224 597526 or moira.gordon@fgburnett.co.uk) by close of business on Wednesday 5 October 2016 please

Urgent Client Requirement

September 19, 2016
Retail-Requirement
  Urgent Client Requirement – Retail Unit For Befriend A Child Location:  Aberdeen – Rosemount, Skene Terrace, Union Terrace & Holburn Street Size:           c. 600-800 sq.ft Contact:    David Henderson – 01224 597538 – david.henderson@fgburnett.co.uk

Will Your Building Be Affected?

September 14, 2016
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As part of the international effort to battle climate change, the Scottish Government has set targets to reduce Scotland’s greenhouse gas emissions by 42% by 2020 and 80% by 2050. As non-domestic buildings are accountable for a large portion of these emissions, Section 63 of the Climate Change (Scotland) Act 2009 has introduced The Assessment of Energy Performance of Non-Domestic Buildings (Scotland) Regulations 2016. These regulations came into force on 1 st September 2016 and apply to the majority of non-domestic buildings (or parts thereof) over 1,000sqm offered for sale or lease. Alongside the existing requirement for an Energy Performance … Read More

Urgent Client Requirement – Retail Unit

September 13, 2016
Retail-Requirement
Urgent Client Requirement – Retail Unit Location     Edinburgh – Earl Grey Street/Lothian Road Size              1250 – 1500 sq.ft sales, 500 – 1000 sq.ft backup Tenant        National Covenant Terms         Lease, likely 10 years with tenant only break at the end of year 5 Timing        Immediate Contact       Richard Noble 01224 597528, richard.noble@fgburnett.co.uk

Branching out in Ballater

August 23, 2016
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Ballater had a difficult start to 2016 with significant flooding devastating large parts of the town centre, especially affecting the shops and businesses at the South end of Bridge Street, followed by long established occupier McEwens of Perth ceasing to trade. However the storm has passed and a new day has dawned with established Scottish retailer Wilkies, opening in the former McEwens of Perth store which includes both the Station Square and the Bridge Street shops.   Wilkies has made a long term commitment to the town taking a 10 year lease for the 3,853sq.ft.  The store opened on Saturday 30th … Read More

2017 Business Rates Revaluation

July 27, 2016
If you are an owner or occupier of commercial property, it is likely that you will have received requests from the Assessor for rental and other information over recent months.  This information is collected prior to each revaluation and will form the basis of the revised rateable values which will apply from 1st April 2017.  Thus it is important to ensure that the information returned to the Assessor is accurate and complete.  If you require any advice or assistance in connection with requests for information you have received our rating team can help with the completion of these forms. The … Read More
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FG Burnett FG Burnett @FGBurnett Thank you to @ServicePointUK @MikeYule007 for donating the fantastic banners for our charity event yesterday. It wa… https://t.co/UuUdZ2QZnh 4 weeks ago
FG Burnett FG Burnett @FGBurnett Great article by @KeithFindlay1 in today's #PressandJournal https://t.co/GTme72HYMv 4 weeks ago
FG Burnett FG Burnett @FGBurnett We have an urgent industrial requirement on the north side of Aberdeen. https://t.co/qsb2GkHEva Contact Graeme Nis… https://t.co/SJ7tl6yhac 4 weeks ago
FG Burnett FG Burnett @FGBurnett Congrats to FGB's Graeme Watt and Sylvia Clement who were both successful in the ballot to "walk the bridge" this w… https://t.co/g0rFzjeaac 4 weeks ago
FG Burnett FG Burnett @FGBurnett The 4th floor of #TheSilverFin comes complete with a roof terrace. Not a bad view for an alfresco meeting. https://t.co/ZX47AvABBr 4 weeks ago
FG Burnett FG Burnett @FGBurnett Great location for our weekly agency meeting this morning. #TheSilverFin https://t.co/0dx3ep7YW4 4 weeks ago
FG Burnett FG Burnett @FGBurnett RT @derrenm: Loved the new Union Street vinyls @wiredstudio @AbdnInspired @AberdeenCC @FGBurnett @EYCORetail 👀 #UnionSt #GreatAberdeenRun h… 4 weeks ago
FG Burnett FG Burnett @FGBurnett RT @Great_Run: Kenny Wilson wins the first EVER @SimplyhealthUK #GreatAberdeenRun 10k 👊🏻👏🏻 https://t.co/4SzD7nMdx9 4 weeks ago