Three new partners, eight new directors and six new associates have been appointed by DM Hall, one of Scotland’s largest independent firms of chartered surveyors.
The new partners are Jonathan Hunter, Musselburgh Residential, Jonathan McManus, West Commercial Agency based in Glasgow and David Telford, Falkirk Residential.
DM Hall’s Senior Partner, Alan Gordon, said: “As a firm we are fortunate in having a wealth of professional talent on hand to provide our clients with the highest possible standards of service.
“These promotions reflect that wealth and it gives me great pleasure to welcome David Telford, Jonathan Hunter and Jonathan McManus to our partnership. All three are consummate professionals who have demonstrated outstanding expertise and considered insight in their roles within the firm.”
The new directors, are Chris Stark, Dundee Residential, Kyle Peddie and Paul Delaney, both Aberdeen Residential, Colin McGregor, Inverness Residential, Peter Rasberry, Dunfermline Residential, Steven Leith, Livingston Residential, Katie Craig, East Commercial Valuation, based in Edinburgh and Keith Craig who is Head of Business Development based in Glasgow and Hamilton.
And the new associates, are Linda Yuill, Head of Property Management and based in Livingston, Wallace Kidd and Kenny Geddes, both Glasgow Residential, Haley Heys. North Commercial, based in Aberdeen, Steven Dale, Peterhead Residential and Adam James, Galashiels Residential.
DM Hall’s Managing Partner, Eric Curran, said: “It has been quite clear to us over the last couple of years that we are surrounded by talented young chartered surveyors. Wherever possible we promote from within and we have no doubt there are other people in the firm developing their skills; they, too, will grow to become the future of the firm.
“This lengthy list of promotions to partner, director and associate is a marker of that understanding. We congratulate each of them on their achievement and trust that they will enjoy long and fulfilling careers with DM Hall.
“We begin 2020 in great shape, looking forward with relish to the challenges it will inevitably bring. With our new partners, directors and associates in place we are more than ready to meet any and every eventuality which may arise in this new decade within Scotland’s dynamic property market.”