Shepherd makes series of promotions across Scotland
Shepherd Chartered Surveyors has made a series of promotions across its residential and commercial operations in Scotland.
To reflect recent growth and deliver on succession planning, the partnership has promoted Stuart Dunne (Aberdeen) and Donal Henretty (Edinburgh) to the management board. Additionally, David Marr (St Andrews), Barry Reid (Dundee) and Michael Rutherford (Galashiels) have been appointed as residential partners.
The firm has also promoted a trio of residential surveyors to associate level in Tony Burns (Glasgow West End), Steven Mackie in Dunfermline and Nick Hay, who is Edinburgh-based. Commercial surveyor Adam Honeyman becomes an associate in the Glasgow office, reflecting substantial growth in the firm’s West of Scotland Agency Department.
Commenting on the promotions, George Brewster, senior partner, said: “As the residential and commercial property markets across Scotland continue to evolve from the on-going impact of the pandemic and the partnership continues to gain ground, these promotions are testimony to the contribution made by these individuals to their clients and the firm over time. Congratulations to each of them.
“These promotions illustrate the youth and energy of our business, which has its roots firmly within our graduate training programme which currently accommodates approximately 60 candidates in Shepherd and our construction services business, Hardies.
“Of the nine promotions, seven of these surveyors started their career as graduates with Shepherd, demonstrating we offer a secure and progressive career platform for ambitious chartered surveyors coupled with a stimulating environment within which talented people will grow and thrive.”
Originating in Scotland in 1880, with a network of 34 offices, Shepherd offers a multi-disciplinary property service encompassing a comprehensive range of residential and commercial services.