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DM Hall appoints five new Partners to help secure future leadership of the firm

Posted: 23rd January 2018

DM Hall, one of Scotland’s leading independent firms of chartered surveyors, has appointed five new partners.

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Three, Richard Clowes, at Galashiels, Graham Forbes in Inverness and Michael McDonald in Elgin, focus on the residential property market, while Ross Wilson, Head of Agency in the East of Scotland, specialises in commercial property and Donald Yellowley of DM Hall’s country department, based in Bridge of Allan, is an expert in rural valuation work.

Senior Partner of DM Hall, John Albiston, said: “These appointments are part of our overall aim to continue to promote from within and to put in place proper succession for the firm. Everyone at DM Hall wishes them every success for the future.”

Ross Wilson joined DM Hall as Head of Agency (East of Scotland) in January 2017. Based in Edinburgh, he oversees the firm’s activities in Edinburgh, the Borders, the Lothians, Central, Tayside and Fife. He has a wealth of experience representing national and local companies, corporate clients, pension funds and high net worth individuals and has practised in both Dundee and Edinburgh since 2003.

Mr Wilson said: “DM Hall is a highly respected name in Scottish business circles and to be appointed partner in the firm is a high point of my professional career. It is my intention to fulfil the faith my fellow partners have shown in my abilities by doing my utmost to maintain DM Hall’s pre-eminent position in the Scottish property market.”

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