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Scotland, 22 July 2013 - Leading property consultancy Jones Lang LaSalle in Scotland has promoted four members of staff to senior positions within the business.
Steven Black, Planning and Renewables (Edinburgh) is promoted to National Director, whilst Craig Watson, Office Agency/Tenant Representation (Edinburgh), and Keith McBain, Hotels and Hospitality (Glasgow), are promoted to Local Directors. Lucy Duff, Property and Asset Management (Edinburgh) is promoted to Associate Director.
In total, Jones Lang LaSalle has promoted seven Scottish staff to new positions in the firm. Natalie Antonelli, Planning and Renewables (Glasgow) is promoted to Senior Planner, whilst Richard Summers, Valuation (Glasgow), and Paul Sweeney, Industrial and Logistics (Glasgow) are promoted to Senior Surveyors.
Jones Lang LaSalle in Scotland employs approximately 125 staff across its two offices in Edinburgh and Glasgow, acting on some of the largest, most prestigious schemes in the country and advising developers, investors and occupiers in all major property markets, covering offices; retail and leisure; industrial and logistics; residential; mixed-use schemes; planning and renewables and development land.
Alasdair Humphery, Head of Scotland for Jones Lang LaSalle, said: “The seven promotions in Scotland this year are testament to the outstanding quality of staff here at Jones Lang LaSalle. Each of our newly promoted colleagues has consistently shown initiative and innovation when identifying new ways to support the strategy which is now focused on the development and growth of the business in Scotland and we are thrilled to be encouraging them in their career development with the firm.
“As the market on the whole continues to enjoy more positive momentum, it’s an exciting time for the business. New opportunities are opening up both in Scotland and across UK, and we’ll be looking to all colleagues to help us build upon our market leading position.”
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