Stanley Wright Appoint Gordon Kerr as Director
Independent Estate Management and Rural Property Consultancy, Stanley Wright, is continuing recent growth with the exciting appointment of a new Director.
Gordon Kerr, who joins the business from Savills, brings expertise in rural and agricultural work, including agricultural tenancies, farm and estate management, development and agency, as well as energy, diversification and environmental management.
Gordon has worked in rural property since 2004, commencing his career in Lancashire before returning to Scotland. He is a Chartered Surveyor and a fellow of the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers and provides asset management and professional services to private clients across the South West, Borders and Ayrshire.
“I am delighted to be joining the business and to be adding to the already strong and dynamic team. Opportunities within the rural property sector are moving at pace and as an independent firm we are well placed to deliver a cost-effective bespoke service whilst adding the personal touch that is so important when managing an asset on behalf of a client.”
Founder, and Co-Director, of the business, Nick Wright, said:
“I am delighted to welcome Gordon to the team. He will provide rural consultancy, estate management, valuation and agency advice as the Stanley Wright team continues to advance the strategic advice it gives to its existing and new broad client base across Southern Scotland, Ayrshire and North West England.
“Trust is incredibly important in what we do, as is the ability to enable our clients to enjoy their property and see a financial return. Fulfilling this brief, Gordon is an exceptional Chartered Surveyor with wide-spread knowledge, who brings new skills to the business with experience of more corporate structure. His skills will be invaluable in the continued expansion of the business and the ability to offer our clients unrivalled advice across the sector at a time rural business are performing well in a changing environment.
“I would encourage anyone considering a change of management, or with a need for personal and knowledgeable consultancy, to get in touch with us for an informal conversation.”