PROPERTY FIRM APPOINTS TWO NEW SURVEYORS
Published 12 July 2017
We are delighted to announce that we have appointed two surveyors in our commercial and agricultural divisions to meet growing demand for its services.
Matthew Davey has joined the firm’s agricultural division Irelands as a rural practice surveyor, providing advice on land, estates, property and farmland. Born and bred in Norfolk, he studied agriculture at Easton College before going to the Royal Agricultural University at Cirencester to take a degree in agriculture. He has followed this up with a Masters in land management, which he will finish this autumn.
Danielle Campbell has joined Arnolds Keys’ commercial division as a commercial agency surveyor, helping to market property, conduct valuations for both disposal and lettings, assisting clients in the acquisition of premises, as well as providing market knowledge and advice. Originally from Poringland, she studied Real Estate at Nottingham Trent University before returning to her native county.
Arnolds Keys managing partner Guy Gowing said, “Both our agricultural and commercial divisions are experiencing increased demand for our services, and we are delighted to be taking on Matthew and Danielle to help meet that demand. It is further evidence of our determination to build the best team of qualified surveyors offering the widest range of property services in the county.
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