DM Hall, one of Scotland’s leading independent firms of chartered surveyors, has moved to strengthen its Fife-based commercial property team with three new appointments in its Dunfermline office.
In addition to the promotion from surveyor to associate of Dunfermline-based Duncan Fraser who covers commercial valuation in Fife, Leigh Nisbet, a commercial surveyor and agent, has moved from DM Hall’s Dundee office and Linda Morris has been appointed office administrator.
Michael Court, head of DM Hall’s East commercial team, said: “The commercial property scene in Fife continues to be dynamic and we have made these key appointments in response to the level of work we are being asked to undertake on behalf of our clients in the region.
“Our Dunfermline commercial property operation is critical to the overall success of the firm and I am delighted to welcome our colleagues in their new roles.”
Duncan Fraser qualified as a chartered surveyor in 2011 and joined DM Hall in 2015. His experience and role includes commercial valuation for a variety of clients including pension providers and a number of major UK Banks and lending institutions, commercial agency, rating consultancy and professional services in rent review, lease renewals and lease negotiations throughout the East of Scotland.
Leigh joined DM Hall’s Falkirk office in 2006 as a commercial assistant and studied part-time at Glasgow Caledonian University achieving a BSc (Hons) and qualifying as a chartered surveyor shortly after. Before her move back to Fife her most recent role was as a commercial agent and registered valuer in the firm’s Dundee office, managing the letting and sale of various types of property for a range of clients as well as undertaking valuation work for pension funds, private clients and a number of major UK lenders.