Board Of Directors

Ian Mullen

Ian Mullen is a pharmacist by profession and has both SME and public sector experience. He established and operated a successful group of community pharmacies across Central Scotland. As Chair of the organisation representing all Scottish community pharmacies, he led the establishment of still current legislation in Westminster to regulate the opening of new pharmacies in Scotland, briefing MPs and Peers across the political spectrum.

Ian served 10 Scottish Health Ministers in a non-executive role and has an extensive understanding of the public sector. As an NHS chairman for 19 years, he chaired 2 NHS Trusts, and a Health Board. He served as Chair of the Scottish NHS Trust Chairs’ Group and was elected founder Chairman of the Scottish NHS Chairs’ Group (2000-2002).



Neil McCormick

Neil has had over 18 years of experience in the NHS culminating in his appointment as Director of Strategic Projects and Property for Forth Valley and Project Director for the £300m New Forth Valley Royal Hospital. He then joined Robertson Capital Projects specifically to deliver infrastructure projects and Joint Ventures with the public sector such as NHS Frameworks and hub.
His experience of working at a senior level within the Public Sector together with his experience in the private sector now totalling 25 years includes undertaking the role of Chief Executive of East Central hubco for its first 3 years of operation.

Neil is now the Managing Director of Robertson Capital Projects.


Dylan Fletcher

Dylan is a Board Director of the FES Group of Companies. He has 25 years of experience within the construction and property industry and is qualified both as a Surveyor and Project Manager. His experience is in consulting and also contracting both in the UK and overseas.

Dylan looks after many aspects within the FES Group including all infrastructure investments and is a Director on many PFI/NPD boards outwith hub, covering education, health and commercial projects.



Cameron Cook

Cameron is a senior principal financier within the Amber Infrastructure Limited origination team, specialising in the delivery of primary PPP transactions and long term partnering frameworks. He has worked in the project finance industry for 14 years, initially with Ernst & Young (where he qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1998), then from 2001 with Babcock & Brown Limited and Amber Infrastructure Limited.

In his time as a Sponsor, Cameron has delivered three schools and in excess of 30 primary care and social care facilities to financial close under the NHS LIFT initiative. He has successfully gained framework status for Odyssey Healthcare Limited on the NHS Express LIFT panel, and has delivered a number of corporate transactions. He is a Director of 18 of the Amber Group companies and in addition to his role as a director of hub, Cameron will oversee the delivery of Amber Blue financial advisory services on DBFM projects.


David MacDonald

David is the Scottish Futures Trust National Programme Director with overall responsibility and accountability for the management and delivery of the Scottish Government’s hub programme across Scotland. This programme creates better communities through the investment in first-class infrastructure in the education, health, civic and emergency services. David leads a multi-discipled team of professionals within the programme delivery office. The hub programme acts as a delivery platform for realisation of government priorities such as integration of health and social care, education infrastructure and rationalisation of public assets and associated service reform.