youngsRPS Hexham Mart Team. L-R, Katie Proctor, Helen Proud, Charles Raine, Harry Morshead and Alice Robson

youngsRPS, a leading firm in rural property and business consultancy, is proud to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the opening of its Hexham Mart rural office. This milestone marks a significant achievement for the company, as well as for the local farming and rural business communities it serves.

The Hexham Mart rural office, stands as a testament to youngsRPS’s commitment to providing tailored services to support farmers and rural businesses. As the second rural office to open in Hexham, it has played a vital role in facilitating transactions and consultations for those attending the livestock sales, fostering stronger relationships within the agricultural community.

“The opening of our Hexham Mart rural office five years ago marked an important moment for youngsRPS and the communities we serve,” said Charles Raine, Director of the Hexham Mart office. “It has allowed us to be more accessible to our clients, providing them with the expert advice and support they need to navigate the complexities of the rural property market.”

The timing of the office’s opening, just before the onset of the global pandemic and amid significant changes in agricultural policy, underscores its strategic importance. With the agricultural transition gaining momentum, the Hexham Mart office has been instrumental in assisting clients in adapting to evolving regulations and market dynamics.


Over the past five years, the Hexham Mart rural office has become a cornerstone of the local agricultural community, offering a comprehensive range of services including property sales and lettings, valuations, grant and funding advice, and rural business consultancy.

As youngsRPS commemorates this milestone, it reaffirms its commitment to providing exceptional service and support to farmers and rural businesses throughout Hexham and beyond.

Additionally, the increased demand for youngsRPS services has necessitated the expansion of the team. Welcoming Katie Proctor in 2022 to the Hexham Mart office, youngsRPS is bolstering its capabilities to meet the growing needs of its clients. Furthermore, the upcoming arrival of sandwich student Grace Symons will contribute to the team’s strength and expertise, ensuring continued excellence in service delivery.

Charles Raine continues “Although the rural industry has experienced some monumental changes in the five years that we have operated out of our Hexham Mart hub, we stay true to our pledge to address the ever-changing rural needs and issues our clients face.”