Edinburgh’s leading property solicitors the ELPG have been celebrating after scoring a high profile piece of press coverage in The Scotsman’s property supplement.
The group, which is made up of five of Edinburgh’s top solicitor estate agents, was quoted in a recent article that explored whether the Scottish property slump was coming to an end.
ELPG member Les Deans, senior partner at Leslie Deans & Co, told the newspaper that Edinburgh was experiencing less of a buyers’ market than previously – thanks to a surge in demand for new properties in the city. He added that many new homes being put on the market were achieving their asking prices, which was helping to strenthen the city’s property sector.
The ELPG, which comprises Warners, Neilsons, Leslie Deans & Co, the Lints Partnership and Drummond Miller, enjoys positive newspaper coverage and a high media profile thanks to a dedicated public relations strategy carried out by Holyrood PR PR in Scotland.