Scots regulation agency bolsters rural enterprise providing with addition of six-person group

SCOTTISH regulation agency, Burness Paull has bolstered its rural enterprise providing with the addition of a six-person group led by agriculture and estates specialist Linda Tinson.

Tinson has been appointed as a associate in Burness Paull’s market-leading actual property
division and head of the agency’s expanded rural enterprise observe.

The group is additional strengthened by Jim Drysdale (authorized advisor), Lorna McKay (senior affiliate), Sarah Taylor and Jason Rust (each associates), and Sarah Strathdee (paralegal) who be a part of with Tinson from Ledingham Chalmers.

Burness Paull Rural Group. Credit: Burness Paull.

Tinson is a number one adviser within the rural and agricultural sector. The observe she has
cultivated over a few years covers a variety of companies together with transactional enterprise
throughout all rural property sorts, conventional conveyancing issues, succession planning,
enterprise structuring, partnership reorganisation and agricultural holdings.

She additionally has appreciable expertise of advising shoppers on growing areas associated to
pure capital, corresponding to land reform and different regulatory modifications throughout the rural industries, agritourism, diversification methods and renewables tasks.

Alongside her authorized profession, Tinson was a associate in a farming enterprise from 1996 till 2015 and is at present vice-president of the Royal Highland Agricultural Affiliation of Scotland.

She can also be member of the Integrity Committee of The Meals Integrity Assurance Scheme and a graduate of the Scottish Enterprise Rural Management Programme.

She is ranked in each the Chambers and Authorized 500 authorized directories.

Scott Peterkin, head of actual property at Burness Paull, commented: “The appointment of Linda and her group may be very thrilling for our rural enterprise observe and the broader agency, elevating our experience according to the ambitions of our shoppers.

“Linda’s standing and powerful shopper relationships, and the extra expertise and capability the expanded group brings, will additional develop our rural enterprise providing.

“This offers important scope to attract on specialisms from throughout the agency – in areas corresponding to company finance, non-public shopper, housebuilding, renewables and planning – as we help our rural enterprise shoppers to discover the complete breadth of business alternatives accessible to them.

“It will assist us to not solely develop our presence within the agricultural and estates sectors, however
additionally improve the extent of recommendation we are able to present to all shoppers which have an curiosity in rural
enterprise points.”

Peter Lawson, chair at Burness Paull, added: “Our bold development technique is underpinned by funding within the distinctive expertise required to strengthen and diversify key observe areas, as we search to finest help our shoppers on this altering financial panorama.

“Linda and her group are the newest instance of this, following on from a number of different latest
appointments, and we’re delighted to welcome them to the agency.”

Linda Tinson stated: “I’m delighted to be becoming a member of Burness Paull, which I imagine is the perfect match for my group’s devoted rural enterprise providing.

“Combining our expertise and capabilities with the specialist experience of my new
colleagues, with energy and depth throughout the complete vary of authorized companies, positions us
strongly to fulfill the various and evolving wants of these within the agricultural and estates
sectors.”

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