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Former Deputy Lieutenant of Leicestershire joins Mather Jamie

Former Deputy Lieutenant of Leicestershire joins Mather Jamie

Andrew Granger, a former Deputy Lieutenant of Leicestershire, has joined Loughborough based specialist land development and property consultancy Mather Jamie as a Consultant.

His reputation is well known, and he is very well respected for having established his own estate agency and chartered surveying firm, Andrew Granger & Co in 1989. From a single office in Market Harborough, Andrew grew the firm to 50 staff, including 7 directors, across three offices in Harborough, Leicester and Loughborough.  He stepped down in 2017 and since then has been acting as a consultant.

Outside of his business advisory work, Andrew's achievements include being President of the Leicestershire Chamber of Commerce in 2007 and Deputy Lieutenant of Leicestershire in 2008.

He has also held the title of the National President of the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers, has been chair of the Country Landowners Association (CLA) and is actively involved in a great deal of charity work and building projects that have helped to improve many high-profile community facilities in Leicestershire. This includes fund raising initiatives for Leicester Children's Hospital and Leicester Cathedral.

Commenting on his new role, Andrew said,

"Being self-employed is rewarding, but can be quite solitary so I approached Mather Jamie as I wanted to be part of a team again. The welcome I have received has been absolutely terrific and I am excited to be a member a company that has such long-standing relationships with its clients and a fantastic reputation across the land and property industry."

Mather Jamie Managing Director Robert Cole added,

"Andrew is widely respected and we feel very honoured that he has joined our team. His immense knowledge and experience will be hugely valuable to our clients as well as an asset to our team members who will undoubtedly learn from his vast experience."

In his spare time Andrew still enjoys helping the Cathedral and the local hospice to be able to provide improved facilities and is also involved in the establishment of his village shop as a community asset. He also enjoys playing bridge, cycling, gardening, reading, travel, and music.

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