Ross – a former rugby professional who represented Scotland at various levels – joins Robertson Property from Valad Europe, where he spent ten years working in UK real estate.

He will have a Scotland-wide remit and is the third director-level appointment at Robertson Property within the last 14 months. The growing business is currently focused on hotels, student accommodation and PRS, in addition to roadside retail/leisure and mixed-use development.

Will Hean, managing director, Robertson Property, said: “Ross brings technical and commercial experience that will be hugely beneficial to us. Our priority is to create more high-quality tenant-led developments in Scotland over the coming years and this appointment will help us achieve that.

As a collaborative business, we work closely with our colleagues across Robertson, combining our expertise with theirs – from construction and affordable housing to civil engineering and facilities management. That sets us apart from other businesses.

– Will Hean, Managing Director, Robertson Property

Ross, who studied at Edinburgh Napier University, holds an MSc in Property and Construction Management and a BSc (Hons) in Building Engineering and Management.

He said: “Robertson Group is well respected in construction, property development and infrastructure delivery across the UK. It is a real honour to join the business as it celebrates its 50th year, and I look forward to working with Will to grow Robertson Property in Scotland.”

 

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