GSC Grays is an independent firm of Chartered Surveyors, Land and Estate Agents operating throughout the UK, but principally within the North of England. We offer a dynamic and professional approach to provide quality, innovative advice across seven different service sectors:
- Property Agency
- Estates & Sporting Management
- Rural Land & Business
- Residential Management
- Valuations and Surveys
- Planning and Development
Our team of qualified chartered surveyors, agricultural valuers, auctioneers and estate agents are extremely well placed to offer comprehensive advice and guidance on all property related matters.
We strive to combine integrity and energy with expertise in order to provide our clients with a quality service that they cannot find elsewhere.
Our Mission Statement
To be the leading independent rural practice and property consultants in the North of England, providing an exemplary level of client service, which surpasses the competition in terms of quality, innovation and value.
At GSC Grays we pride ourselves on the delivery of high quality work, turned around quickly and provided in accordance with each client’s requirements.
We provide sound professional advice, delivered with integrity, in a straight forward manner. In a profession where standard forms of service are increasingly common, we adopt working practices tailored to our clients which embrace modern working practices but retain the traditional, bespoke standard of service that should be the hallmark of the profession.
We have invested heavily in IT to enable us to work flexibly and technology is used to compliment, rather than replace, the provision of a personal service.
We employ high quality chartered surveyors and support staff with a diverse background, providing us with a broad skills base from which we can provide the advice needed for all land and property matters. Where necessary, we will procure the services of specialists to ensure that each client receives advice which is both appropriate for, and tailored to, their individual circumstances.