Sunday, May 22, 2022

Mather Jamie strengthens commercial property and rural estates team

Loughborough-based specialist land development and property consultancy Mather Jamie has strengthened its commercial property and rural estates team following the appointment of Amber Forster as a rural estates assistant and Oriel Sufrini as a commercial management surveyor.

Amber, who lives in Shepshed, Leicestershire has a BA(Hons) History from Manchester Metropolitan University and previously worked as an office/accommodation manager in student accommodation in Loughborough. Prior to this she was a pensions administrator.  In her new role she will be helping with the day-to-day management of residential and agricultural properties across a number of rural estates in the East Midlands.

Oriel Sufrini, who lives in Ruddington, Nottingham previously worked as a facilities and health and safety manager for a global aerospace company. She holds a LLB (Hons) law degree from Nottingham Trent University and Diploma in Occupational Safety, Health (DipOSH).

In her new role, Oriel will assist with the day-to-day management of Mather Jamie’s commercial management portfolio. She said: “The commercial management role at MJ really appealed to me as I really enjoy facilities management and liaising with clients, tenants and contractors.”

Commenting on her new role, Amber said: “Working in the rural estates team looked really interesting as I grew up locally so I am familiar with the area and some of the estates already. I really enjoy face to face interactions with customers and I am looking forward to building relationships with landlords and tenants. I also enjoy constantly learning new things and the role offers lots of variety.”

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