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Leading property consultancy announces raft of promotions across East Midlands

Leading property consultancy announces raft of promotions across East Midlands

Fisher German has promoted 12 colleagues and six new partners at its offices in Ashby and Market Harborough across all areas of the business.

Rachel Bridge, Iain Long and Richard Gent have become partners within Fisher German’s Infrastructure Services division, Ben Longstaff is now a partner in the Agency division, Angela Brooks becomes a partner within Advisory Services, and Charlotte Gore has been promoted to partner within the Property Management division through her work in agribusiness.

Charlotte said:

“I’m really excited to step up to the responsibility of being a partner within Fisher German after 11 years with the firm, and I’d like to think I can be a bit of a role model to young women who may be thinking about getting into agribusiness.

“I’ve always found Fisher German to be incredibly supportive of my career, and my promotion to partner is a great example of the commitment it shows to its staff who have the ambition to get there.

“There’s going to be a lot of challenges and opportunities within agribusiness over the next few years, and I’m looking forward to helping Fisher German continue to grow by grasping those opportunities and helping young staff come through the business.”  

James Beverley has been promoted to associate in the firm’s Advisory Services division after helping landowners, land promoters and housing developers complete major development projects.

In the firm’s Sustainable Energy team, Tom Beeley has been promoted to associate after playing a key role in growing Fisher German’s Delivering Net Zero service.

The firm has also strengthened the foundations of its Infrastructure Services division, with its staff making up five of the Ashby office’s eleven promotions.

Laura Knight is now associate partner, Lucy Whitaker and Ellie-May Craddock are now associates, while Liz Ashton and Rebecca Taylor have become senior administrators.

The firm’s Agency division, also in Ashby, that is responsible for selling land for property development has promoted Matthew Handford to associate, and Charles Barton to senior surveyor.

Ian McKenzie and Alex Watts have also been promoted to associate partner and associate respectively in the Property Management and Consultancy division, and Jill Bonser has become senior quality and compliance manager.

The promotions come after the firm’s merger with Matthews & Goodman earlier in the year, which created one of the largest providers of multi-disciplinary property services in the UK, with a turnover approaching £60 million with 29 offices.

Senior partner at Fisher German Duncan Bedhall said:

“We are once again pleased to see a high number of people advancing within the firm as part of our career progression framework.

“As our business and Partnership continue to grow, we are seeing an increase in opportunities for our colleagues to develop and progress their careers, with a wide variety of career pathways available beyond the traditional graduate route. It is an incredibly exciting time to be working at Fisher German.”

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