10
October
2007
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00:00
Europe/London

CB Richard Ellis appoints new economic consultant to drive public sector business

Leading property consultant, CB Richard Ellis, has today announced the appointment of Eilidh Moylan as its new Economic Development and Regeneration Consultant in Scotland.

Eilidh will be based in the firm’s Glasgow office and will be responsible for expanding the Public Sector department’s offer to include additional services such as economic appraisal and impact assessments, strategy and policy development and project monitoring and evaluation.

Prior to joining CB Richard Ellis, Eilidh was a consultant with BiGGAR Economics, an economic development consultancy based in Edinburgh. Eilidh has a wide range of economic development and regeneration experience in both the private and public sectors, and has provided consultancy advice and services to universities and colleges, economic development agencies, central and local government and other government agencies throughout the UK and Ireland.

Commenting on her new role, Eilidh Moylan said:

“I’m very pleased to have been offered this position at CB Richard Ellis and look forward to taking up the challenges and opportunities it presents. My own experience will provide added value to the existing offering and will allow the team to lead the field in terms of the service and advice we can give to our clients.”

David Bell, Director of Public Sector, CB Richard Ellis (Scotland), said:

“The addition of Eilidh Moylan to our team is a natural expansion of the existing public sector offer and it will make us more competitive in a market that is quickly growing. Her wealth of knowledge within the economic development industry will enable us to broaden our market and increase the range of services available to our clients, both public and private sector. Our market research and intelligence is second to none and marrying this with our economic appraisal capability provides a service which cannot be matched elsewhere in the market place.”