Cushman & Wakefield has today confirmed its regional leadership team for the UK, following the completion of its global merger with DTZ earlier this year.
Stuart Dorward is appointed Head of Scotland – a role he will combine with heading up the Glasgow office in which he is based – while David Davidson becomes Chair of Scotland. Tim Cameron-Jones is named Head of the North and Jon Leedham is Head of Midlands, South West and Wales.
A number of other leadership roles have also been confirmed:
- Head of Birmingham – David Tonks
- Head of Bristol – Tim Davis
- Head of Cardiff – Rhys James
- Head of Cheltenham – Mike Flecknoe
- Head of Edinburgh – James Thomson
- Head of Leeds – Keith Hardman
- Head of Manchester – John Keyes
- Head of Newcastle – Tony Hordon
Colin Wilson, Cushman & Wakefield’s Head of UK & Ireland, said: “We are delighted to announce these appointments, all of whom will provide crucial leadership in driving forward our combined firm across the UK market.
“As a result of our merger, the depth of talent across our business is extremely strong and we are seeing great collaborative progress among our teams. This is bringing new capabilities to clients and delivering a UK regional network focused on local solutions as well as connectivity to national and international expertise where appropriate.
“From an investor and corporate perspective, the UK regional market continues to provide an array of opportunities and our team have the capabilities to ensure all commercial decisions are based on the very best advice.”