Client Press Releases
Ross And Liddell Re-Launches Website
04 August 2009
Ross and Liddell has recently re-launched its website as part of its on-going digital development strategy.
The new improved site has been completely revamped to bring each of Ross and Liddell's businesses into a modern client-focused environment.
The new interactive site will be a driving force in the development of Ross and Liddell's residential and commercial property lettings arm, giving them the capability to promote their extensive portfolio across each market sector.
The site will also support the development of the company's residential property management, building surveying, commercial property and insurance businesses.
Visitors to http://www.ross-liddell.com/ will find that the new site is easier to navigate and has a fresh new look that still retains the historical core branding of Ross and Liddell.
Clients of Ross and Liddell - which now has offices in Glasgow, Paisley, Edinburgh and Dundee - can now use the site to access a range of services including online payment, emergency contact numbers and to view the latest short information movies on Ross and Liddell TV.
Managing director Irene Devenny said: "We have re-launched our website to bring a modern and dynamic experience for our clients.
"The new site is now more client focused, is easier to navigate and we believe it provides us with the perfect platform to go forward as grow our business within their respective markets.
"We will continue to enhance our web offering even further to provide an unrivalled service to our extensive client base."
Notes to Editors
Established in 1854, Ross and Liddell is one of Scotland's oldest property management companies. With offices in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and Paisley, the company is perfectly placed to serve an expanding clientele across the central belt of Scotland and beyond.
In addition to property management and maintenance, Ross and Liddell provide a comprehensive range of residential and commercial services, including estate agency, surveys, valuations, insurance, investment and marketing advice, rent reviews, development appraisals, compulsory purchase negotiations, rating appeals and council tax appeals.
As letting agents they undertake rent collection, tenant vetting, rent roll maintenance, and provide advice to tenants on leases, furnishings, rental values and legal requirements.