Stirling Observer

Rugby star opens new Stirling office


Scottish rugby legend Kenny Logan returned home to open a new legal and estate agency in Stirling.

Aberdein Considine has taken over a two-storey accommodat­ion in Port Street where they will offer property, legal and independen­t financial services.

Jacqueline Law, managing partner at Aberdein Considine, said:“This fantastic new office is more than an estate agent – it offers a full range of legal and financial services delivered by profession­al people in all discipline­s.

“This is a new concept for Stirling and nobody is doing what we are doing in making such a variety of expertise available on the high street.”

The office will be led by Stirling partners Anthony Quin and Philip Anderson, who both joined following the Muirhead Buchanan merger.

The firm has also made a number of senior appointmen­ts to help establish itself in the area.

April Campbell, a former associate at Jeffrey Aitken, Phil Harris formerly of Aitken Nairn, and respected local estate agent Stephen Simpson have all joined.

Stephen Marlin, formerly of Santander UK, has also started as an independen­t mortgage adviser.

 ??  ?? Rugby legend Kenny Logan with Anthony Quinn and Jacqueline Law
Rugby legend Kenny Logan with Anthony Quinn and Jacqueline Law

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