DM Hall, one of Scotland’s leading independent firms of chartered surveyors, has boosted the strength of its operations in the west of Scotland with the appointment of two more new property surveyors.
Chartered surveyor Martin Fleming joins the firm’s Hamilton office as a residential surveyor while Christopher Pidgeon has been appointed to DM Hall’s Glasgow operation based in Shawlands. Both previously worked together in a UK-wide chartered surveying practice.
Martin has worked as a surveyor in Lanarkshire since 2015 after graduating from Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) with a BSc degree in Property Management and Valuation. He became a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and has extensive experience in surveys and valuations across all types of residential property for many different purposes.
Chris, too, holds a BSc degree in Property Management and Valuation from GCU and qualified as a chartered surveyor in 2016. Originally from Bearsden he now lives in Glasgow’s West End. In his previous employment, where he was an associate, Chris worked in a range of residential property offices including Glasgow, Shawlands, Bearsden, Hamilton, Falkirk and Stirling.
John McHugh, managing partner at DM Hall, said: “The residential property market is experiencing a near-unprecedented boom in Scotland at present, so we are delighted to have hired Chris and Martin, two experienced residential surveyors, who will empower us to offer consistently high standards of professionalism to our growing client base across Glasgow and Lanarkshire.
“We warmly welcome them and offer our congratulations on joining DM Hall, and look forward to their making a significant long-term contribution to the future success of the firm.”