Mac Mic Group Appoints Chris Wright as New Senior Planning Manager for Scotland

Mac Mic Group, a leading UK land & property company, has announced the appointment of Chris Wright as its new Senior Planning Manager for Scotland. Chris joins the Glasgow-based team, bringing a wealth of experience in land planning and development across various sectors.

Chris graduated from the University of Glasgow with a Master’s Degree in City Planning and Real Estate in 2012. He began his career in planning consultancy at GVA where he qualified as a Chartered Town Planner before transitioning to the strategic land sector with Gladman Developments in Scotland. Most recently, Chris spent the last three years as a Land & Planning Manager at Dandara Scotland progressing land and planning on their short-term and strategic portfolio.

Chris said: “Mac Mic Group's fantastic reputation within the industry and strong company culture were key factors in my decision to join the team.

“The opportunity to work with a company like Mac Mic Group was simply too good to pass up. It's a privilege to be part of a team that takes such pride in its past projects while constantly looking towards the future.”

“I look forward to contributing to the team's success and helping Mac Mic Group achieve its strategic goals."

Chris will play a key role in Mac Mic Group's Scottish operations working alongside Bruce Hampton, Regional Land Director for Scotland, to manage the promotion and development of the company's large-scale strategic master plan sites at a critical time in the Scottish planning system. He will also focus on maximising the potential of existing legacy sites, securing planning approvals for potential sale or development.

Andrew Mickel, Group Director said: "Chris' experience and proven track record in strategic land planning make him a valuable addition to our team.

“We are confident that his expertise will be instrumental in assisting to unlock the full potential of our land portfolio and driving our continued growth in Scotland and Chris has already made significant contributions in just a few short weeks.”