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Scottish chartered surveyors firm names new managing partner



Scottish chartered surveyors firm DM Hall has appointed Ayrshire-based John McHugh as its new managing partner.

He replaces Eric Curran, who has held the role for six years and been with the company for 43 years.

Curran will work alongside Hall in a supporting role throughout 2021.

Senior partner Alan Gordon said: “Eric is a highly-regarded figure throughout Scotland’s property sector who, as managing partner over the last six years, has upheld and advanced the values that we, as a firm, stand for, and we thank him for his outstanding efforts, while at the same time, wishing John every success in his new role.”

McHugh began his working life in DM Hall’s Glasgow office 30 years ago as a newly qualified surveyor.

After three years he took the reins of the firm’s then recently opened Irvine office, where he has since developed a successful business across Ayrshire.

He commented: “While 2020 is a year we will all want to put behind us, we have learned much through adversity and along with Alan, we want to take stock, keep improving, implementing technology where we can and continuing to grow, diversify and challenge ourselves to make the firm the best we possibly can for the benefit of everyone.”

Curran added: “It has been my privilege to act as managing partner of DM Hall and I am delighted for my colleague, John McHugh, who will be taking over from me over the next 12 months – he will undoubtedly bring a fresh outlook and new ideas that will benefit the firm and add value to our clients.”

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