As a Land Utilities management specialist, Oliver Vincent will be responsible for landowner liaison for a number of major infrastructure projects including acquisition of land, servitudes and wayleaves as well as agreeing compensation claims and access agreements.
Oliver worked in land liaison services across London and before that, in surveying for a nature restoration adviser, working for a major infrastructure project, then as a seasonal ecologist with an environmental consultancy. With a BSc in Applied Terrestrial and Marine Ecology, Oliver is based at our Stirling office.
Pippa Ross, who joins Galbraith as an Administrator focused on Energy and Utilities, will undertake GIS mapping and assist with project coordination. A University of Edinburgh Biology Graduate based at our Perth office, Pippa was previously a rural property manager at an estate agency.
“We’re proud to have secured Oliver and Pippa,” said Mike Reid, Partner at Galbraith and Head of its Energy team. “In a competitive market for hiring professionals, we were keen to emphasise our strength and progress in renewable energy and utilities work. These are activities where landowners, developers and corporates rely heavily on quality property advice to secure and advance their interests.
“We believe the energy, infrastructure and natural capital skills and experience built up over the years by Oliver will be of special interest to our clients, and we warmly welcome our new colleagues.”
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