Aberdeen property director kicks off solo venture with major clients in the bag

One of Aberdeen’s key commercial property investment and development players has branched out with a new venture having secured high-profile clients and multi-million transactions.

Gordon Pirie has launched Gordon Pirie and Company in Aberdeen.

Gordon Pirie is rolling out his eponymous consultancy to support a wide range of clients across Scotland but with a particular focus on the “intricate workings” of the Aberdeen commercial property market.

The venture is targeting potential transactions with a collective headline value of more than £100 million in the next 12 to 18 months.

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Pirie has stepped aside from his director role at CBRE’s Aberdeen office, but plans to continue to work jointly with his former colleagues on some larger scale projects.

More than ten clients are already lined up to work jointly with the new business and CBRE, including First Endeavour, Aberdeen Standard Investments, Aviva, Titan Investors and Dandara.

Pirie said: “The market is undoubtedly going through an uncertain time both nationally and locally at the present time, however, my experience over the years has shown me that uncertain times create opportunity for investors and developers looking to capitalise on correctly priced stock.

“I’m in a hugely fortunate position to begin this venture with some excellent clients whom I have worked with over a number of years, and I’m looking forward to continuing to support them, as well as new clients.

“I’m also very much looking forward to continuing to work alongside the team at CBRE on a number of prestigious instructions.”

A graduate in land economy, Pirie has more than 16 years of experience in the local market having previously worked for Ryden, Drum Property Group and Clydesdale Bank.

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