HIGH FIVE FOR KENT BASED SMITHS GORE

Smiths Gore - team photoSmiths Gore, one of the UK’s leading firms of rural chartered surveyors and property consultants, has reaffirmed its commitment to Kent and the south east and confidence in the property market with the appointment of five leading experts.

David Parry, Consultant, and Alison Owen, Partner, both highly experienced in Kent’s commercial property and development market have joined Smiths Gore. The other new arrivals include surveyor Sarah Mason, Associate, and Lucy Winzer, graduate with a first class honours degree, along with Donna Clarke, who will provide administrative support for the whole team.

Welcoming the arrivals, Michael Wooldridge, Partner, said:

“We believe that the strengthening of our Kent team will send out a very strong message to property owners and developers about Smiths Gore’s long-term commitment in the south east”

“The arrival of the five, all former members of the Cluttons team and previously based in Maidstone, means we are adding to Tim Cathcart’s commercial property and development expertise. The team will sit alongside our well respected rural surveying and landed estate capabilities. As a result we are now perfectly placed to provide a comprehensive and fully integrated range of property development and management services across the whole of the south east.

“David, Alison and their team have a wealth of commercial and residential property experience. Smiths Gore in Kent now covers the full spectrum of commercial consultancy to valuation and development appraisals, which will see us provide added support to our colleagues in London and Petworth.”

After five years at its Kings Hill office, Smiths Gore has grown its team to 20 strong to serve institutional and private landowners and developers across Kent and elsewhere in the south east.

For further information on the work of Smiths Gore in Kent and the south east please contact Michael Wooldridge on 01732 879050, email him on Michael.Wooldridge@smithsgore.co.uk or visit: www.smithsgore.co.uk

 

 

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