Shepherd makes series of residential and commercial promotions across Scotland

George Brewster, Senior Partner at Shepherd

SHEPHERD Chartered Surveyors has made a series of promotions across its residential and commercial operations in Scotland, effective from 1st December.

To reflect recent growth and deliver on succession planning, the firm has promoted to Partner level David Breingan who heads Saltcoats, Jon Thomson in Perth and Ross MacDonald based in Inverness, who, supported by a team, has responsibility for valuation coverage stretching from Saltcoats all the way up the northwest coast.

Additionally, the Partnership has promoted eight surveyors to Associate level.

Five new Associate promotions specialising in residential and Home Report advisory services are: Aberdeen-based Andrew Sinclair and Steven Wilson; Hamilton-based Jack Crichton; Motherwell-based Liam Quinn and Stirling-based Keiran Bonner.

The three new commercial Associates are: Aberdeen-based Ewan Robertson; Edinburgh-based Emily Anderson and Inverness-based Stephen Thomas.

Commenting on the promotions, George Brewster, Senior Partner, said: “First and foremost, these promotions are testimony to the tremendous contribution made by these individuals to clients and the firm over an extended period. Congratulations to each of them.

“However, these internal appointments are also testimony to the substantial investment the firm commits to our Graduate Academy and training programme which currently accommodates around 60 candidates in Shepherd and our construction services business Hardies, believed to be one of the largest in the UK.

“This not only promotes the RICS and the profession in Scotland, but ensures the longevity of our business with significant career opportunity available within our traditional Partnership structure.”

Originating in Scotland in 1880, with a network of 39 offices, Shepherd offers a multi-disciplinary property service encompassing a full range of residential and commercial advice with construction services advice channelled through Hardies LLP

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