This week we our clients are in the spotlight with community donations, MS advice columns and an official seal of approval for one of Bell Ingram’s architects.
First up facing the limelight in the news this week is Banks Renewables, who featured in local paper The Cumnock Chronicle after making a donation to Netherthird Amateur Football Club. The club has used the donation to buy floodlights for their pitch allowing them to train after dark – very important with the winter months coming in.
And from sports to health news. Chongsu Lee owner of O POINT ONE MS Clinic in Edinburgh has been featured in the Edinburgh Evening News as part of a series of Platform columns which look to provide expert opinion on issues which are relevant to Edinburgh people. Chongsu discusses the importance of alternative therapies when it comes to the treatment of MS and how patients can help to alleviate their symptoms through non-drug treatments
And finally, Susan Burness from leading land and estates expert Bell Ingram has been given the official seal of approval by The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland.Adding another string of expertise to Bell Ingram’s bow, Susan has gained an accreditation in Conversation Architecture for her work on a variety of projects all over the country.
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