2017-11-01 

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Chartered Surveyors Expand the Breadth of their Experience

H&H Land and Property have recently announced the promotion of Chartered Surveyors, Mark Barrow, Tracey Jackson and Matthew Wallace to the role of Associate within the company.

Tracey Jackson, Mark Barrow and Matthew Wallace have each worked for H&H Land and Property for a number of years and these promotions are in recognition of their achievements and commitment to the company.

H&H Land and Property Associates - L-R Tracey Jackson, Mark Barrow and Matthew Wallace

H&H Land and Property Associates - L-R Tracey Jackson, Mark Barrow and Matthew Wallace

Part of the H&H Group plc, H&H Land and Property is one of the North’s leading and most progressive firms of Chartered Surveyors, Land Agents and Valuers and this new position has been introduced to provide a coherent structure for those who wish to develop their career within the company. Each of these new Associates has been instrumental in developing their own client base and they are excellent representatives and ambassadors of the company, which has recently expanded by opening offices in Newtown St Boswells and Thornhill in the Borders.

Mark Barrow, whose key skills include valuations, sales and acquisitions and all areas of property management, has been with the company eight years and is based at Kendal in the Michael CL Hodgson office. Growing up in the Eden Valley, where his family still farm Holstein Friesian dairy cows and Lleyn sheep, Mark is delighted to take up this new position and promotion saying:
“I am very pleased that my service to the company has been recognised and at present I am really enjoying the opportunities and diversity of workload which I am involved in. I am looking forward to the next few years and potential career progression within the H&H Group.”

Both Tracey Jackson and Matthew Wallace graduated from Harper Adams University an institution from which many students have taken their placement year with H&H Land and Property and with whom a large number of them have been employed after graduation.

Tracey, originally from Thursby, qualified as a Chartered Surveyor in 2011 and worked as a Land Agent for Lancashire County Council until joining H&H Land and Property in 2015. She has an in-depth understanding in the areas of compulsory purchase and compensation, wayleave, easements and compensation claims, bank valuations, landlord and tenant matters and general rural surveying. On accepting her promotion Tracey said:
“I am delighted to have been promoted to Associate with H&H Land and Property. We have a highly experienced team and there is certainly plenty of scope for me to grow and develop my career within the company, which is an opportunity I intend to make the most of.”

Matthew Wallace was raised on an upland farm near Greenhead in Northumberland. He has been with the company for three years and his specialist areas of work include valuations, utilities, sales and lettings. He says:
“Since returning from my placement year, I have been involved in a wide range of professional work, including estate management, farm sales, landlord and tenant matters and utility work and I am now looking forward to developing my career within the Land Agency profession and helping the business grow and evolve.”

The continued expansion of H&H Land and Property, in terms of both offices and employees, is in some way due to the foresight that no company can remain complacent in today’s industry. Managing Director, James Murphy, is keen to emphasise this, saying:

“We have a huge wealth of knowledge and experience within our team of surveyors and land agents, but we should always be looking to strengthen and maintain the highest calibre of staff, so that the agricultural sector in this area is served by highly knowledgable, experienced and visionary personnel.”

HH Land

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