J&E Shepherd, one of the largest independent firms of chartered surveyors
in the UK, has appointed Andrew Neil to head up its busy Greenock office
to help serve Inverclyde’s buoyant housing market.
A rising star within J&E Shepherd, 25 year old Paisley-born Mr Neil joined
the firm aged 17 as a school leaver. While working and gaining valuable
experience through the week, Andrew also completed his degree at Paisley
University before going on to pass his professional exams in which he
became a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
Prior to his move to Greenock, Andrew was part of a larger surveying team
within the Glasgow office and spent the latter part of his time there
working in the west side of the city. His promotion to head up Shepherd’s
Greenock office marks the most significant stage in his career to date.
Mr Neil said, “I’m delighted to take up the reins at our office in
Greenock and am enjoying surveying the diverse range of residential
properties throughout Inverclyde, the Isle of Bute, Argyll and beyond –
from one bedroom starter flats through to family homes and prestigious
properties with million pound asking prices.
“The housing market in Greenock remains active and, with the introduction
of The Home Report in December, there are likely to be interesting times
ahead as we see how the market responds to the need of homebuyers and home
sellers alike. I am personally looking forward to being actively involved
in what will be a new experience for everyone involved in the property
J&E Shepherd offers a multi disciplinary property service to include
valuation, commercial agency, building surveying, rent reviews,
development and investment consultancy, rating and property management.
The firm operates from a network of 28 offices throughout Scotland and
over 75 locations from two administration centres in England and Wales.