Senior promotions bolster GVA's UK offer

Type News

Date 21/04/2017

Leading UK real estate adviser GVA has announced eight Senior Director promotions and twelve Director promotions, strengthening many of its teams across the UK.

Gerry Hughes, Chief Executive at GVA, comments: "The strength of our business lies with our people and it is crucial that we continue to support and invest in them in order to meet our growth aspirations. I am delighted to announce these key promotions which include a wide selection of our teams and highlight the range of talent that is developed at GVA.

"We have a fantastic business that is reflected in our market standing, our trading performance and above all, our people. The talent we attract continues to be amongst the very best in the industry and empowering existing talent is a key part of our success."

Senior Director promotions include:

Adrian Brooks Acuity London
Alison Taylor Offices Scotland
Andrew Dobson Building London
Andrew Moss Land & Development Birmingham
Ian Absolon GVA SB London
Richard Howell Investment Bristol
Richard Kidd Offices Bristol
Robert Baldwin Valuation London


Director promotions include:

Alex Sweetman Restructuring & Recovery Leeds
Caroline Pooley PMC Birmingham
Chris Walker Restructuring & Recovery Manchester
Joel Gazeres de Baradieux Health London
Jonathan Bernstein Land & Development London
Lee Halmshaw Business Rates Bristol
Mike Whear Telecoms London
Peter Fraser Offices Scotland
Robert Gardner Planning Birmingham
Warwick Smith Acuity London
William Blockley Business Rates London
William Clark Acuity Newcastle


Gerry Hughes adds: "These promotions form part of our strategic growth plans as we continue to invest in our people and teams. Over the past year we have appointed a number of new Directors across the business and this month sees the creation of our new Investment Partnerships team. This team will be the first of its kind in the UK, providing our clients with specialist finance and development advice on delivering major development and infrastructure projects."