Aberdeen & Northern Estates strengthens team with Rural Surveyor appointment

Aberdeen & Northern Estates, a division of ANM Group – one of Scotland’s leading and most active farming, food and finance businesses, is pleased to announce the appointment of Cara Thomson as a Rural Surveyor.
 
James Presly, Aberdeen & Northern Estates Director, said: “We are delighted to have Cara join our team of highly experienced and multi-disciplined premier property specialists. She has significant experience in the valuation of rural property and farmland in the local area, which further expands our ability to support the needs of our clients. She will be an asset to the business and we are excited to be working with her.”
 
Cara, a graduate of the Royal Agricultural College in Cirencester, is an accomplished Rural Surveyor and a Registered Valuer with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), and has extensive experience working in the Morayshire and wider Aberdeenshire region. She brings a breadth of expertise and knowledge to Aberdeen & Northern Estates, having been previously employed with Savills in the Moray-area since 2013.
 
Grant Rogerson, Chief Executive of ANM Group, said: “We continue to play a major role in the North and North East of Scotland’s property market, and welcome Cara’s appointment. We look forward to delivering a valuable service to our members and customers while further growing the business, as we build on our strong, long-standing reputation and the momentum generated over the years.”
 
Aberdeen & Northern Estates has grown significantly in the past year. The team, led by Mr Presly, has expanded to include three RICS Surveyors – James Presly, James Craig and Cara Thomson, two Graduate Surveyors – Aileen Law, and Andrew MacEwan, Les Reid, Operations Manager, and Angela Groat, Office Administrator.
 

Aberdeen and Northern Estates - Coronavirus update

The health and wellbeing of our employees and customers remains our priority throughout the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. Given the Government’s latest guidelines our main office within the Thainstone Centre, Inverurie has been temporarily closed for the time being however, our team are equipped to work from home. We aim to help where we can although we hope you understand that this will involve restrictions.

We will continue to monitor the latest Government guidance and update everyone should our position change.