THE latest tenant in the Galashiels Transport Interchange has raised a few eyebrows over the past few weeks.

Award-winning Misty Crew moved into the prominent building last month. The eyebrow beauty specialist is the latest firm to move into the facility which leaves just one unit available to rent.

The opening of Misty’s brow bar follows the arrival of solicitor estate agents Cullen Kilshaw in May.

Law firm Davidson Chalmers were the first tenants to move in back in February 2016.

Scottish Borders Council Convener, Councillor David Parker, was guest of honour at the official opening.

Councillor Parker said: “I was delighted to help owner Misty Crew open her new brow bar service and wish her every success.

“Misty has recognised the opportunity the Transport Interchange offers to a business.

"It is a hub of activity for both bus and rail users and new businesses, with around 3,000 people using the facility every day.

“That the building’s office space is now almost full is testament to its good location and transport links, which we hope will encourage more businesses to start, grow and move to the Scottish Borders.”

Misty Crew, who has previously picked up national awards for her work, believes the Interchange is the ideal place for her business.

She added: “I am really excited about this move into the Galashiels Transport Interchange and believe it will help my business to grow, with new clients now able to access us easily from train or bus.”