NEW LAND AND DEVELOPMENT COMMERCIAL SURVEYOR APPOINTED AT ARNOLDS KEYS
Published 23 September 2021
Norfolk-based property services firm Arnolds Keys has appointed Harry Downing as a land and development commercial surveyor in its Commercial Property department, where he will be involved in residential development instructions, as well as providing support in the firm’s commercial agency operations.
Originally from Norfolk, Mr Downing joins Arnolds Keys from Bell Ingram in Yorkshire, where he was a land surveyor. Prior to this, he has worked as a surveyor in Norfolk and Brisbane, Australia.
Welcoming him to the firm, managing partner Guy Gowing said, “Harry’s appointment reflects our growing business in land and residential development, reflecting Arnolds Keys’ leading role in the resurgence of development activity in the county. His varied experience both here in Norfolk and further afield will significantly strengthen our capability in the development arena.”
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