Saturday, June 6, 2020

New hire boosts building consultancy team at Innes England

Midlands property consultancy Innes England has appointed Dave Seymour as an assistant building surveyor.

Seymour joins the firm’s building consultancy team with experience at a multi-disciplinary surveying practice, where he specialised in residential properties.

He said: “Innes England is a well-known and respected company in the Midlands and I am really looking forward to broadening my knowledge here. In my new role, I will be able to gain invaluable experience, especially as I have made the jump from residential to commercial property”.

Seymour joined the property sector after graduating from Nottingham Trent University in 2015 with a master’s degree in building surveying. Before this, he worked as a joiner for over eight years, working in both the private and public sectors.

Based at the firm’s Nottingham office, he will work on building surveying projects across the East Midlands.

He said: “I have experience of both joinery and residential property, so I am really looking forward to bringing a unique skillset to my work and the wider team. Everyone at Innes England is very supportive, which is reassuring for me as I plan to sit my APC very soon”.

Mike Thorne, director and head of building consultancy at Innes England, added: “We are delighted to welcome Dave to the team.

“With his varied career, he is a valuable addition to the team and will bring a fresh outlook to our approach”.

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