Sunday, December 5, 2021

James Youatt joins chartered surveyors King West to develop land services

Senior industry professional, James Youatt, has joined the King West team to expand the company’s land services division.

James will be based at the Market Harborough office and will manage land services throughout the south of England.

James Youatt has joined the King West team as the company takes the exciting step to expand their land services. As director in the land development team, James will focus on building relationships between landowners and housing developers across England’s midland and southern counties.

King West’s development land team manage the sale and valuation of both development land (plots with planning permission) and strategic land (plots likely to receive planning permission in the future). James’ appointment adds to the company’s new management team, following Ben Ainscough joining the firm in March 2021.

Director at King West, Tom Wilson, said: “Adding senior professional James Youatt to the King West team is a statement of our intent for the future and reflects our expansionist philosophy. James possesses an extensive and impressive track record in land development which will broaden King West’s horizons towards a more national focus whilst retaining its core values. His expertise will drive the company in a new direction and we are delighted to welcome him on board.”

James said of his appointment: “I am thrilled to be joining King West as part of their expansion plan and look forward to assisting landowners, house builders and promoters to take advantage of the ever increasing development and planning opportunities and realise their true potential. I will be working across the region and beyond to build King West’s portfolio.”

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