DM Hall, one of Scotland’s leading independent firms of chartered surveyors, has moved to high-quality, modern, fully-refurbished premises on the third floor of 4-5 Union Terrace in Aberdeen city centre.
The new offices, on one floor with an open-plan layout and spectacular views over Union Terrace Gardens and the city centre, will mean that, unlike its former offices, all members of the DM Hall team, both residential and commercial property specialists, will be able to share, more readily, their co-operative approach to client issues.
Stuart Johnston, DM Hall’s Head of North Commercial, said: “our re-location to Union Terrace will mark the beginning of a new chapter for DM Hall, providing high quality accommodation for our staff and clients.
“This move also reflects our confidence in the city centre and its developing role as an office location.”
Shaun Peddie, DM Hall’s Aberdeen Residential Partner, said: “We are very pleased with our new premises which we believe ushers in a new era for the continued success of the firm here in Aberdeen.
“The £25m investment planned for Union Terrace Gardens, including a new walkway, an amphitheatre, a play area and a café, will provide a further boost to our developing city centre and our new premises will provide us with front row seats for this exciting new initiative.”