Montagu Evans announces 2023 partner promotions

Left to Right: Harry Charman, Richard Glover, Nick Pond, Hugh Mitchell, Ally Campbell, Will Fennell, Rachel McGall, Will Hyslop, Ben Dakin, Tristan Paterson and Emily Patey.

PLANNING and development consultancy Montagu Evans has announced its 2023 Partner promotions, set to take effect from 1 April this year:

·           Ally Campbell (Planning) is experienced at working on large, major developments throughout Scotland, delivering high-profile planning permissions across a variety of different sectors. She has most recently advised on the repurposing of brownfield/town centre assets for alternative uses including residential, PBSA, Build to Rent, hotel, office and other commercial opportunities.

·           Will Hyslop (Commercial and Agency/CAA) specialises in the Build to Rent and Purpose Built Student Accommodation sectors, providing acquisition, disposal and funding advice to developers, institutional investors, operators and lenders.

·           Emily Patey (Property Management) focusses on property and asset management in the retail sector, particularly town centres and shopping centres.  

In addition, Matthew Boyd (Advisory), Harry Charman (Advisory), Rob Cohu (CAA),Sarah Gibbs (Advisory), Hugh Mitchell (Advisory), Tristan Paterson (CAA), Emily Pile (CAA), Nick Pond (Planning) and Mo Qamar (CAA) have all been appointed to the role of Associate.  

Ben Dakin (Planning), Will Fennell (CAA),  Nick Garside (Planning), Richard Glover(Advisory), Jo Kelly (Advisory), Rachel McGall (Planning) and James Veitch(Advisory) have been promoted to Senior Surveyor.

Rob Bower, Montagu Evans’ Managing Partner, said: “Our partnership expects a lot from its people; it’s what differentiates us. We place a lot of emphasis on organic talent growth and value above all its importance for long-term succession and generations of deep client relationships built on trust and stand-out service.

“Not only do these promotions – along with this year’s senior lateral hires – mean that we have reached the highest number of Partners in Montagu Evans’ 102-year history, they set the pathway for many other talented individuals who continue to build our partnership legacy. My warmest congratulations to all involved.”

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