James became a Chartered Surveyor in 2001 whilst working for Weatherall Green & Smith (now BNP Paribas) in London before being recruited to become a fund manager for CBRE Global Investors. Whilst at CBREGI he managed 2 high income funds with property assets in excess of £250M. In 2006, he moved back to Yorkshire and worked for Teesland IOG (now Cromwell Group) managing several funds with £350M of property assets. In 2010, he set up Citivale and over the last 7 years has developed the company from being a regional asset management firm to incorporating an operating partner role.
Jamie qualified as a Chartered Surveyor in 2000 whilst working for NAI Gooch Webster (now Colliers CRE). He then joined Scottish Widows Investment Partnership (SWIP) where he co-managed the property element of the Lloyds Group Pension Scheme and the Airport Industrial Property Unit Trust (AIPUT). Subsequently, Jamie joined Stockland Plc where he was responsible for the acquisition of development and investment opportunities across Scotland and the North of England. Between 2008 and founding West Ranga Property Group, he actively managed his own property assets through various company interests.
Adam began his surveying career with Lambert Smith Hampton in Edinburgh and qualified in 2002. He held further senior roles with DTZ and Knight Frank before co-founding Burns & Shaw LLP, a niche property consultancy based in Edinburgh. The firm provides occupational, development and investment advice across all sectors with clients including Aberforth Partners, London & Oriental, Mapeley, BUPA, Blackrock Land (Uk) Ltd, C&W Assets, Hansteen Holdings Plc, Henderson Global Investors and Peveril Securities. His company interests include JALSH Ltd (a bespoke property finance company), Rhymer Estates Ltd and BSP (Scotland) Ltd.