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Avison Young strengthens its regional network with new managing directors

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Pictured L to r Paul Broad and Stewart Taylor
Photograph by Martin Shields
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Avison Young has appointed Paul Broad and Stewart Taylor as regional managing directors in Glasgow and Edinburgh respectively, following the retirement of the former RMDs. Broad and Taylor will work to drive forward the business, developing long-term partnerships across the built environment, providing top tier professional advisory services and supporting the delivery of large-scale regional development projects.

Paul Broad said: “My vision is to grow Avison Young’s Strategic Consultancy offering; building upon the shared ethos of collaboration and support, and in turn encouraging staff to be more entrepreneurial, thereby allowing them to progress their careers and grow their skills base. Investing in future talent is also high on the agenda, as well as pushing forwards diversity and inclusion across the industry by growing the Schools Programme and increasing the intake of apprentices and graduate surveyors.”

Stewart Taylor said: “I’m excited by the opportunity that exists for Avison Young in Scotland. Supporting and leading the growth of the Edinburgh office and the wider business and ensuring my colleagues feel valued, are my main priorities. This will be achieved partly through the focused realisation of the potential that exists within projects and from existing clients. It is important that we bring the strengths of the firm to the attention of a wider audience, specifically the collaborative approach that is part of the Avison Young DNA; and the consultancy expertise that sets the business apart from many of our competitors.”

 Learn more about the announcement here.

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