NEW RURAL PRACTICE SURVEYOR APPOINTED AT ARNOLDS KEYS - IRELANDS AGRICULTURAL
Published 23 May 2023
Arnolds Keys - Irelands Agricultural, the rural property division of property services firm Arnolds Keys, has announced the appointment of James Hill as a rural practice surveyor at Associate level.
Mr Hill joins Arnolds Keys after ten years at a west Norfolk firm of land agents. He has a degree in Business Management and two Masters degrees, including one in Rural Estate Management from the Royal Agricultural University at Cirencester. Mr Hill’s family farms in mid-Norfolk, and he retains connections to the family farm.
Agricultural partner Tom Corfield said, “We are delighted to welcome someone with such a valuable combination of real-life farming experience and over a decade of land agency to Arnolds Keys. James has both an academic and a practical understanding of the challenges facing farmers in Norfolk.
“Our rural property business is growing, and adding someone with James’ skills and experience is an important step in that growth.”
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