Sunday, September 27, 2020

New lease advisory surveyor joins Harris Lamb

Harris Lamb has welcomed a new lease advisory and valuation surveyor to its expanding team.

Carolyn Quinn joins the team from Knight Frank, having previously worked at Christie & Co specialising in the corporate childcare team, and has recently achieved her MRICS qualification.

Richard Fantham, Head of Professional Services at Harris Lamb, said: “We are delighted to welcome Carolyn to the team. Her experience within the children’s nursery sector provides further strength to our client offering, and we look forward to benefitting from her knowledge within the field.

“While Carolyn will primarily work alongside the Lease Advisory team, she will also provide valuation support across our extensive client portfolio.

“With the ongoing uncertainty surrounding all industries as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, it is of the utmost importance to us that we provide the best possible service to our clients throughout, and as such we are committed to investing in the best people to enhance our team and enable us to do that. Carolyn is such a person and we are confident that she will have a great impact.”

Carolyn said: “I was familiar with Harris Lamb, partly because of the business’ strong reputation, and partly because I’d dealt with the Professional Services team in my previous roles, so when I became aware of the opportunity to join the team, I was very keen to do so.

“Harris Lamb covers a broad spectrum within the Lease Advisory and Valuation fields and I’m looking forward to getting involved with the business’ existing portfolio and helping to develop it, as well as adding insight from the areas I’ve previously specialised in.

“This is an exciting challenge, not least because of the strange times we’re all experiencing this year. I am pleased to have been able to join the business at a time when steps have been taken to re-establish an office environment, enabling me to meet and interact with my new colleagues in a way that would not have been possible just a few weeks ago.”

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