Property adviser GVA has appointed six new members of staff in its Bristol office, heralding an optimistic start to 2017 across its multidisciplinary business.
Three of the new starters have joined the adviser’s Building Consultancy and Architectural teams; two in the Planning team; and one in Land and Development.
Nicholas More is a Chartered Surveyor and a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. As an Associate within GVA’s Land and Development team, Nicholas brings with him ten years’ experience that includes the sale of development sites over the South West of England and South Wales, and the provision of advice on development land use and viability.
Within the adviser’s widely respected Planning team, Kimberley Brown joins as Principal Planner. She has an MSc in Spatial Planning, together with eight years’ experience working in planning consultancy.
She is joined by Emma Norman as a graduate planner. Emma has recently completed an MSc in Urban Planning, and is now working towards achieving chartered RTPI (Royal Town Planning Institute) status.
Three new starters in GVA’s Building Consultancy team means that Bristol now boasts one of the largest building consultancy teams within the South West.
Harry Hancock, who is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors joins as Senior Building Surveyor; Joanna Murray joins as Graduate Building Surveyor with an MSc (Hons) in Surveying and Environmental Management; and Jordan Andrews completes the cohort as Architectural Technician.
Jo Davis, Regional Senior Director at GVA in Bristol says, “GVA has the strongest regional presence across the UK of any commercial property adviser. It’s part of our ethos to continuously invest in our staff, and we’re delighted to welcome this new cohort of professionals, including post-graduates at the start of their careers, through to more senior levels, to our Bristol office.
“This is a very positive start to 2017 for us, and we look forward to more of the same throughout the year ahead.”