We need an end to the Brexit uncertainty, but there are other worries piling up on the horizon


'The current situation is eerily similar to the Phoney War between September 1939 to April 1940, when many Britons daily expected a major calamity, but nothing happened'

Written by

Eric Curran

Managing Partner at DM Hall

Eric took the helm as the Managing Partner of DM Hall in January 2014 before which Eric was a Partner at our Glasgow North office since 1989. He specialises in residential property matters, providing professional advice in valuation, funding, disputes tax calculations, investment and development. In 2015, Eric was appointed Chair of the RICS Residential Property Professional Group Board, which represents a wide range of services in the residential practice. This appointment confirms Eric as one of the most influential authorities in residential surveying in Scotland. Serving on the firm’s Management Committee for over 10 years he is passionate about providing a consistent, professional service to our clients. Eric is also an integral part of the Professional Indemnity Team within DM Hall. Having been part of the original Home Report steering groups, he will be actively involved in the 5 year review of the home report. Recent interests have been the use of social media to communicate with clients, send professional messages and strengthen the DM Hall Brand.

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Main image: British Army and French Air Force personnel photographed during the Phoney War of 1939-1940