Fisher German Chartered Surveyors are pleased to announce a ream of new promotions within the firm which all take effect from 1 October 2016.
Richard Broome and Holly Parry have both been promoted to partner. Richard Broome is managing director of the LinesearchbeforeUdig service associated with the utilities and infrastructure sector of the business. Holly is a rural surveyor, managing prestigious estates and carrying out general practice work. She also has a wider role in developing business strategy in the rural sector.
In addition to the two partner promotions, nine individuals have been promoted to associate partner or associate. These are; Tom Collins (associate partner) and Jenny Salt who are both members of the planning team. Louise Duffin (associate partner), Laura Airton, Jack Healy, Evan Hughes and Simon Tivey who are all rural surveyors and Matthew Turner and Joanne Harding who are in the utilities and infrastructure team.
Senior partner Richard Sanders comments “the promotions draw people from a number of sectors, service lines and offices across the business and is an encouraging reflection of the continued growth and success of Fisher German. I congratulate all of these individuals on their well-deserved promotions and, on behalf of the partnership, I would like to thank them for their substantial contribution to the success of the business”.
Fisher German has grown rapidly to a 15 office business employing over 400 individuals across England. They work throughout the UK in the commercial property, development, rural, residential property, sustainable energy and Utilities & Infrastructure sectors.