A buoyant commercial property market in Falkirk has been boosted further with two new commercial transactions in the Stirlingshire town.

Following a string of successful back-to back deals in the first quarter of the year, DM Hall, one of Scotland’s leading firms of Chartered Surveyors, has let 33 High Street to Airdrie Savings Bank on a ten year term. This is the Bank’s first property letting outside its core territory of Airdrie, Lanarkshire.

Mike McIntyre, of the Falkirk office of DM Hall said: “I am delighted that Airdrie Savings Bank has opted to expand into Falkirk and I am sure that 33 High Street will prove to be an excellent location for them”. The letting was assisted by Calum Mortimer at Cuverwell & Co.

In a second transaction, a town house property formerly occupied by law firm Gair & Gibson at Hope Street, has been sold for £249,999.

Mr. McIntyre said: “In my opinion this represents a good sale bearing in mind current market conditions and shows that underlying values remain stable for good quality properties in Falkirk.”

He added: “These transactions concluded a very busy first half of the year for DM Hall and we look forward to remaining equally active in the second half of 2011.”

For further information, contact Mike McIntyre, commercial valuations agency associate, on 01324 628321 or michael.mcintyre@dmhall.co.uk

DM Hall has offices located throughout the length and breadth of Scotland.