Property and development consultancy youngsRPS has made four promotions within its 51-strong team as the firm expands in Scotland.
Two of the promotions will be managing Scottish clients and committed to developing the consultancy’s client base in the country.
Farm consultant Mike Halliday and rural chartered surveyor Helen Proud have been promoted to associate level.
Tom Oates, director at youngsRPS, who oversees the Scottish region, said: “With these key promotions, we now have a bigger, dedicated team to focus on activity within the region and to help the growth and development of youngsRPS Scotland.”
The firm, headquartered in the North East of England, provides a range of consultancy services including residential agency, farm business and commercial consultancy, as well as housing, planning and development advice.
Oates added: “Despite the pandemic, we have pushed on with our growth strategy – of which Scotland is a key growth area for us – expanding our presence and services across the region.
“We’ve acted extensively on behalf of clients across the whole of Scotland on issues such as rent reviews, tenancy surrenders, and dilapidations claims.”
The origins of the business go back over nearly 140 years. In 2012, Youngs Chartered Surveyors merged with Rural Property Services, creating youngsRPS.