A series of promotions and new appointments have been announced at Chartered Surveyors firm DM Hall as the business continues to grow.
The LLP has appointed a new director and four new associates from within the business, and engaged the services of two more experienced surveyors.
The firm says it is demonstrating its commitment to developing and strengthening its business across Scotland with the elevation of Jim Honeyman to Director in its East Commercial Division. Jim has been a long serving associate based in the firm’s Dundee office and has a depth of knowledge of commercial property matters in Tayside and Fife.
Keith Jones, Senior Partner at DM Hall, said: “Jim’s new position will involve increased responsibility and management duties. He will add strength to the firm as it continues to expand its service throughout Scotland.”
Elevated to Associate are Mark Westbrook, in Dundee residential, Nick Hancock, in Edinburgh residential, Scott Baird, in Irvine residential, and Mark Rutherford of Paisley residential, who also moves to the Ayr office.
Eric Curran, DM Hall’s managing partner said: “These dedicated professionals have already given sterling service to the firm and epitomise high professional standards. We are sure that they will contribute even more in their new and well-deserved roles”
DM Hall’s new surveyor appointments are Margaret Morrison-MacLeod, who joins the Glasgow office and Ian Johnstone, who joins the Paisley office. The firm says the new surveyors should add strength and depth to its busy residential practise in the West of Scotland and compliment the new surveyors progressing and qualifying through the firm’s active graduate training programme.