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Leading property consultancy announces raft of East Midlands promotions

Leading property consultancy announces raft of East Midlands promotions

A leading property consultancy has announced 27 promotions in the East Midlands as part of the firm’s ongoing growth.

Fisher German made the raft of promotions, including one partner promotion and three progressions within the partnership, across its offices in Ashby and Newark.

Sam Parton, who is part of the firm’s Infrastructure Services Division and is based in Ashby, has been invited to join the partnership.

He joined Fisher German as a graduate in August 2010 and initially assisted with the management of various rural estates before moving across to work in utilities and infrastructure in 2012.

He has since worked his way up through the business, and in 2017 took over the role of manager of the Exolum Pipeline System contract, leading a team which completes the land agency and pipeline protection administration for approximately 2,000 km of cross-country oil pipelines.

As part of his role as partner, Sam will also be leading a team involved in the delivery of a Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project (NSIP) in the East of England.

Fisher German has made a total of 54 promotions across its 25 offices, including seven progressions within the partnership, as part of its career progression framework which gives employees a clear pathway to advance within the business.

Sam said:

“I’m extremely proud to have been invited to join the partnership. I joined Fisher German as a graduate and have always aspired to make it into the partnership, which is something that the firm has strongly supported.

“There is a clear pathway for progression in place for those who want to advance in their careers with line managers being extremely supportive, encouraging and willing to have open and honest conversations with colleagues about what they want to achieve.

“I have worked with some fantastic clients on some challenging projects over the years and I look forward to the challenges ahead, including a large-scale project in the East of England.

“It’s an extremely interesting time for the infrastructure sector as we move towards net zero, and I look forward to continuing to support the growth of this area of the business.”

Fisher German Senior Partner Duncan Bedhall said:

“I would like to congratulate all of those within the firm who have received promotions.

“The high number that have been awarded is recognition of our continued growth and the success of our career progression framework, which gives all colleagues an opportunity to advance in the firm if they aspire to do so.

“I am confident that this success will continue moving forward as we are awarded an increasing number of contracts by both new and existing clients and we are looking ahead to some exciting new projects on the horizon.”

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