Savills promotes two to top of Scotland business
Property company Savills has made two senior appointments at the top of its Scottish business.
Cameron Ewer has been promoted from head of Glasgow residential to lead the Scottish residential division, while Hugo Struthers has moved up from head of rural professional services to lead Savills Scottish rural, energy and projects (REP).
Nick Penny, head of the multi-sector property company in Scotland, said: “In Cameron and Hugo we have two highly energetic and entrepreneurial businessmen, both of whom have a strong track record with Savills and understand the dynamic nature of our business.
“Scottish real estate is outperforming all other UK property markets and there is capacity for considerable further growth.
“I am delighted that these two individuals have agreed to take the helm of their respective divisions and, along with our planning, development and commercial colleagues, to maximise opportunities for our Residential and Rural clients.”
Mr Ewer succeeds Andrew Perratt who has become Savills UK head of country residential, chairing the residential operations board.
“Mr Struthers succeeds Jonathan Henson who has become joint head of Savills UK rural energy and projects, chairing the REP board.