New Appointments Strengthen Our Team
We are delighted to announce four new appointments this month to further strengthen our team and meet demands of new client instructions across the region.
Returning to his home county, Trevor Williams arrives as senior rural surveyor from Norfolk County Council. He was previously in North Wales with National Resources Wales, Savills and ADAS dealing with a wide range of environmental land managing schemes with multiple land owners. He will be working with partners, Ian Walter, Ellie Allwood and Tim Atkinson and his specialisms include rural estate management acting on behalf of Landlord and Tenants both under Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 and Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995 including rent reviews and other general tenancy matters; agricultural and rural lettings; environmental schemes and designated land management such as SSSIs; planning and development; general estate management; land acquisitions and disposals and valuation matters. A degree in Rural Land Management from Harper Adams, he is a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and a Fellow of the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers (CAAV).
William Gaunt joins to strengthen the commercial team working alongside managing partner, John Elliott. With an honours degree in Estate Management from Northumbria University, Will has worked as an agent in central London in both sales and lettings before deciding to move back to Lincolnshire.
Two new members join the planning team. Laura Bartle joins as senior planner and is an experienced chartered town planner having worked in both local government and private practice. She has considerable experience of planning policy processes and advises on a range of urban and rural planning matters. Laura is a member of the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) and the Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA). She has a degree in Geography from the University of Nottingham and a Masters in Urban & Regional Planning from Sheffield Hallam University.
Re-joining the planning team as planning consultant is Alistair Anderson who completed a successful intern with JHWalter. Prior to achieving a first in his honours degree in Planning & Development at Nottingham Trent University, Alistair worked as undergraduate Planning Assistant with the firm during a placement year as part of his degree.
Managing Partner, John Elliott confirmed “The new appointments bring a wide depth of respected expertise and will not only boost the practice but will benefit the business as a whole. The firm is acting on behalf of a number significant projects resulting in the need to strengthen the team. These new recruits bring with them a wealth of experience and, supported by the current skills of JHWalter, will enhance the service we are able to offer and will serve our clients well. We are delighted to have secured their services”.