Bell Ingram boosts team with six new Associate appointments
Rural professional services firm Bell Ingram is delighted to announce the promotion of three Senior Associates and the appointment of three new Associates.
Rhona Booth (Perth), Andrew Fuller (Oban) and Charlotte Gilfillan (Highland) are promoted to Senior Associate, while Jamie Cowie (Highland), Alison Lowson (Perth) and Alastair Skinner (Perth) are appointed to Associate.
Mark Michell, Managing Partner of Bell Ingram, said: “At Bell Ingram, we firmly believe in actively promoting from within to encourage our employees to advance professionally. These promotions demonstrate our continuing commitment to grow and expand our business and to reward talented, hard-working professional people.
“We are currently recruiting for a number of positions, including qualified chartered surveyors and a head of forestry. If you would like to join our workforce, feel free to drop your CV for our consideration.”
Chartered surveyor and RICS Registered Valuer, Rhona Booth joined the Perth office in March 2020 and since then has brought in new clients and taken on the lead role on a major management contract. Rhona has also assumed the role of APC training co-ordinator.
Andrew Fuller joined Bell Ingram in 2018 after 14 years managing high-level development projects in the U.A.E. Under his guidance Bell Ingram’s Estate Agency business is becoming the go-to Agent for rural and higher value properties in Argyll and Bute.
Charlotte Gillfillan joined Bell Ingram in 2009, moving from Forfar to Beauly in 2019 where she has been a driving force in helping to develop the Bell Ingram brand in the Highlands. A qualified chartered surveyor and RICS Registered Valuer, she specialises in Rural Estate Management.
Dual qualified Jamie Cowie joined Bell Ingram in 2003 as a forest manager before going on to become a MRICS qualified chartered surveyor. Working out of the Highland office he undertakes the full range of professional work - forestry management, valuation, boundary disputes, crofting work and his skills are specifically sought after by larger utilities clients.
Alastair Skinner joined Bell Ingram in April 2011 as an IT assistant before taking over the role of IT Manager in 2019. He has been instrumental in developing our agile IT infrastructure which has enabled staff to work from remote locations to provide an ongoing service to our clients across all areas of our business.
Marketing Manager Alison Lowson supports the business with day-to-day marketing and communications with an emphasis on digital marketing, content writing and social media. Alison previously worked as a newspaper editor before joining Bell Ingram in 2019 after an 18-month stint with a marketing agency.
Full details of all our current vacancies at www.bellingram.co.uk