TFT Scotland advises commercial property investors, owners and occupiers wishing to acquire, dispose and manage property in Scotland. Our team includes highly motivated and skilled building surveyors who provide professional advice and guidance.
The Role of Property in Delivering Edinburgh’s Economic Potential
‘The role of property in delivering Edinburgh’s economic potential’, the latest research by ThinkBarn commissioned by TFT, makes it clear that the continued economic evolution of Edinburgh depends on the city’s ability to deliver continued improvements in productivity and growth.
New research paper charts Edinburgh’s continued economic evolution
TFT’s latest research paper – ‘The role of property in delivering Edinburgh’s economic potential’ – is published today.
In common with cities across the globe, Edinburgh is seeing economic change brought about by the continued evolution in the interrelated areas of technology, corporate structures and working practices. The paper considers how the very particular characteristics of Edinburgh make it well placed to capitalise on these global forces of economic change. It also highlights how success depends on delivering scale and how Edinburgh’s commercial property market must deliver this scale if the city is to keep pace with the pressures of economic success.
TFT Edinburgh makes first promotion to partner on first anniversary
Neil Wotherspoon from TFT’s Edinburgh office has been promoted to Technical Partner. TFT Edinburgh was launched 12 months ago by Neil who joined TFT from AECOM. Since that time, the team has grown fourfold serving clients in Edinburgh and across Scotland and the North East of England including Screwfix, Tesco, Royal Bank of Scotland and Aviva Investors.
Alan Pemberton, Managing Partner, Tuffin Ferraby Taylor, said:
Neil’s promotion is well-deserved. He not only launched TFT Edinburgh but has seen its client base grow, expanded the team and increased our presence in Edinburgh’s strong commercial property market. One of Neil’s major strengths is his high-level client servicing that works alongside strong technical capability. It’s a pleasure to see this promotion come about only one year after his appointment.
Neil Wotherspoon, Technical Partner, Tuffin Ferraby Taylor, said:
With a robust construction sector and a fast-paced transactional market, Scotland is in a healthy position to capitalize on this type of market. I’m delighted to be continuing to play my part in TFT’s success here in Edinburgh.