Name : Simon McCullough Company : Morton Pinpoint Position : Senior sales valuer Role : Simon is based in the firm’s east Belfast office. Track record :He has a wealth of experience |in numerous aspects of the commercial and business world, from site acquisition and planning consent applications to, day-to-day management of the property portfolio of two major banks and the management of an extensive portfolio of bars, restaurants and hotels.
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