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Patrick Ford | Colliers | Glasgow

Patrick Ford


National Capital Markets

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Professional Summary

I am an experienced Director working closely with my capital market colleagues throughout Colliers UK. I have a proven track record of deal delivery which includes some of Scotlands most high profile commercial property transactions.

I actively advise clients on property investment acquistions and disposals throughout the country and across the UK.


  • Investment advisory services
  • Investment acquisitions and disposals of single assets and portfolio across all commercial sectors
  • Property asset and portfolio strategic management advice
  • Sale & Leaseback advisory
  • Development funding
  • Site identification, appraisal, acquisition and disposal 


MSc Real Estate Investment & Development. Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh

LLB Hons Dundee Unversity

Memberships & Involvements

Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.


Patrick’s clients include M&G Real Estate, Aberdeen Asset Management, Hamilton Capital Partners, CLLA Investments, Fidelity, Northwood, L&G, Aston Property Ventures and Kames Capital


Service Lines

National Capital Markets

Property Type

Industrial & Logistics, Office, Retail

Featured Research

8 Nov 2022

Scotland Snapshot Q3 2022

Although year-to-date investment volumes look reasonably healthy, there has been a clear slowdown in activity over the past few months.
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4 Aug 2022

Scotland Snapshot Q2 2022

Despite global inflation and economic growth worries, Scotland’s commercial property markets held up remarkably well in Q2.
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16 May 2022

Scotland Snapshot May 2022

Despite several headwinds, both the Scottish economy and commercial property markets have performed reasonably well in Q1 2022.
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Featured News

4 Aug 2022

Investment into Scotland reaches four-year high

H1 commercial real estate volumes reach £1.3 billion.
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17 Feb 2022

Investment into Scottish commercial property up 50%

Above the 10-year average of £2 billion.
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