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Jones Lang LaSalle expands in Bristol

Leading property consultancy Jones Lang LaSalle has expanded


Bristol, 30 October 2012 – Leading property consultancy Jones Lang LaSalle has expanded itsBristol team with a raft of new appointments, with fourteen new starters in the last three months.
University of the West of England graduates Caroline Cubbin (Valuations) and Will Duckworth (Industrial Agency) have joined Jones Lang LaSalle on two year graduate programmes after successfully completing internships with the firm. Both will rotate across three or four departments during the scheme.
Senior Surveyor Donna Pickett has joined Corporate Solutions on the HMCTS (Her Majesty’s Court & Tribunal Service) account, part of the Ministry of Justice. An experienced surveyor, Donna has recently been appointed as the regional account manager, after Jones Lang LaSalle won a tender to manage all the courts for the Ministry of Justice Estate in the South of England.
Donna joins the largest team of office surveyors in the South West with over 170 employees.


The Bristol office Accounts department has also undergone substantial growth, increasing from six to seventeen members in the last three months.


Jeremy Richards, head of the Bristol office said:


“A business’s success depends on the people it employs and we are delighted to welcome Donna, Caroline, Will, and all those in the accounts department to the team. Donna’s impressive track record will bring valuable insight and expertise to the Ministry of Justice portfolio, whilst Caroline and Will bring fresh ideas and inspiration to their teams. The growing accounts team is fundamental to the success of Jones Lang LaSalle’s growing network.”