DM Hall



DM Hall hires experienced building surveyor in Aberdeen

Independent chartered surveying firm DM Hall has recruited seasoned building surveyor Kevin Reid t ...

Published 24 September 2018

IT and talent investment help DM Hall towards turnover and profit increase

Chartered surveyors DM Hall LLP said it has set the scene for significant growth with a reported i ...

Published 19 September 2018

Blog: New thinking required to buck hard facts about Scotland’s housing market

Eric Curran, managing partner of independent chartered surveyors DM Hall, looks at the complex pro ...

Published 1 August 2018

Home Reports ‘continue to prove their worth’ in Scotland

As the Home Report prepares to turn ten years old this year, the Royal Institute of Chartered Survey ...

Published 5 July 2018

Blog: Dilapidations – a question of timing

Chartered surveyor Kenny McDonald outlines the best time for landlords and tenants to get advice o ...

Published 1 March 2018

Blog: Retrospective applications: it simply doesn’t pay any more not to abide by the rules

Alan Jeffrey outlines the ways in which the Scottish Government is cracking down on retrospective ...

Published 7 February 2018

Blog: Scotland's churches are part of our national treasure, but valuation presents a professional challenge

Chartered surveyor Adam Jennings on the intricacies of valuing churches. Scotland's churches are ...

Published 25 January 2018

Blog: Gentle undulations, rather than peaks and troughs. Just the property market we’d wish for

Eric Curran talks about how the Scottish property market is shaping up in 2018. As we look back o ...

Published 24 January 2018

Blog: It's time for a grown-up conversation about how to help solve Scotland's housing crisis

Andrew McFarlane discusses the issue of the housing crisis in Scotland and outlines what action ha ...

Published 28 November 2017

Student accommodation plan for former Glasgow print plant

The former John Watson & Company print works in Glasgow is to be redeveloped as student accomm ...

Published 22 November 2017

Blog: Time for a fresh look at the case for compulsory installation of residential sprinklers?

Andrew McFarlane makes the case for UK-wide regulation to make sprinklers mandatory in all new bui ...

Published 26 September 2017

Blog: Rising costs and skills shortages expected to weaken construction industry outlook

Increased building material prices and a shortage of labourers can flatten the Scottish Government ...

Published 1 September 2017

Blog: Energy efficiency: Holyrood unveils the big stick

By Mark O’Neill Well, now we know. The Scottish Government has long indicated its desire to red ...

Published 2 September 2016

Blog: Winners and losers in Lanarkshire's commercial property market

By Ian Woods The Lanarkshire commercial property sector is, in general terms, holding its own in ...

Published 30 August 2016