DTZ strengthens its Glasgow team

DTZ teamPaul Broad has been promoted to the role of director of agency, development & occupier services at property adviser DTZ in Glasgow whilst Ross Jubin is added to the team as senior surveyor.

Mr Broad joined DTZ in 2002 as a graduate in its Newcastle office before joining the Manchester agency and development team. He relocated to Glasgow in 2006 moving through the ranks at DTZ.

Acting for landlords, he has secured a number of high profile lettings both in Glasgow city centre and out of town including grade A office developments, refurbishment projects and strategic land developments. He currently represents a number of significant corporate occupiers with live requirements.

Ross Jubin joins DTZ from Inglis Howe where he covered investment across the UK with a core focus on agency and development. He previously spent three years with Ryden. In his new role he will be advising clients on disposal and acquisition instructions and identifying development opportunities.

Also joining the new look agency team is Gary Kong who joined the DTZ Graduate Programme in September 2014.

Mr Broad said: “As the Scottish market steadily improves we are seeing an increase in occupier demand for high quality space which is in turn leading to opportunities to win and service new clients. This, combined with DTZ’s beginning as an independent, privately owned global property services company following its recent sale, means it is a very exciting time to be leading the Glasgow agency and development team.”

In the last 24 months DTZ’s Glasgow office agency team has leased more than 300,000 sq ft of city centre office space, surrendered 200,000 sq ft of occupier leases and been involved in 30% of all city centre take-up. The team is also advising on one million sq ft of leasing and development instructions and 350,000 sq ft of occupier requirements.

Pictured: Ross Jubin, Paul Broad, Gary Kong of DTZ’s Agency team in Glasgow

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