Collas Crill appoints commercial property specialist to meet growing demand for UK property advice

Collas Crill's UK real estate team is expanding to meet increasing demand with the appointment of associate Donald Millar.

Donald joins the firm from Brodies LLP in Edinburgh, one of Scotland's largest law firms. He has a wealth of experience acting for secured lenders as well as in all aspects of commercial and residential property, particularly in relation to real estate development, real estate investment and retail, hotels and leisure.

His appointment follows the recent addition of Shelagh Mason, a property expert with over 30 years' experience in the legal and property industries, who joined the department as a consultant.

Collas Crill's UK real estate team acts for a wide spectrum of clients, on transactions in Scotland, England and Wales, from within the Channel Islands. They advise on all aspects of both freehold and leasehold residential and commercial property transactions.

Collas Crill group partner and head of UK real estate, Michael Morris, said: "Our practice has experienced rapid growth in the last 12 months, having appointed new fee earners and retained a top tier status in both Chambers UK and Legal 500 rankings for 2015.

"Donald's appointment will allow us to accommodate the increasing number of instructions we are receiving while continuing to deliver the high standard of service that our clients expect. I am sure that he will be a real asset to the firm and am pleased to welcome him to the team."

Collas Crill will also be hosting a UK commercial property update with insight from real estate firm JLL as one of its Autumn Seminars. For more information please contact:



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