Monday, November 29, 2021

Leicestershire property consultancy makes 11 promotions

A property consultancy has announced 11 promotions at its East Midlands offices as a result of the firm’s ongoing growth.

Fisher German has made the promotions across its two Ashby offices and its Market Harborough office as part of its career progression framework, which provides colleagues with a pathway for professional development.

In Ashby, the firm has promoted Simon Tivey to associate director, Matthias Charlton and Scott O’Dell to senior associates, and Ella Pearson to associate.

James Beverley has been promoted to senior planner, Matthew Handford has progressed to senior development surveyor, Sam Gifford has been promoted to senior surveyor, while Michelle Lewis has become senior project coordinator.

In the firm’s Head Office, which is also based in Ashby and houses business support services, Agnieska Dzilbo has progressed to senior finance manager, while Eleanor Saunders-Brant has been promoted to senior communications manager.

At Fisher German’s Market Harborough office, Tom Beeley has progressed to senior surveyor.

The firm has made a total of 37 promotions across its 26 offices and Fisher German senior partner, Tim Shuldham, said it is the hard work of colleagues as well as the strength and resilience of the business that have made these promotions possible.

He said: “I would like to congratulate all of those across the firm who have received promotions.

“It is a testament to the hard work of everyone at Fisher German, and a commitment from the Partnership to continually invest in professional development, that has allowed our teams to continue growing throughout the last 18 months where many firms have pulled back.

“I have no doubt that this growth will continue as we are awarded an increasing number of competitive contracts with both new and existing clients.

“I remain excited by what lies ahead for Fisher German and the opportunities available to colleagues at all levels of the business, from early years through to the Partnership.”

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