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Hall keeps a Scottish presence

THE HALL & Tawse name is disappearing in England but the firm's owner, Mansell, is retaining it north of the border.

The move comes after Mansell, which bought Hall & Tawse last year, hired consultant Hogarth to canvass the firm's staff, subcontractors and clients.

Mansell director Philip Cleaver said: 'The conclusion was that in England we should adopt a single identity but Hall & Tawse is a household name in Scotland and we decided to retain the name.'

But Hall & Tawse in Scotland will now adopt Mansell's famous Roman head logo on its site hoardings and promotional literature.

Hall & Tawse in Scotland originated from the Aberdeen Construction Group.

It was bought in the '80s by Raine, which then owned Hall & Tawse, and merged into the main group.