New appointments and promotions at JLL in Manchester
Property advisor JLL has made three new appointments and promoted six staff across its Manchester based teams.
The cost management business unit has hired Joe Evers, who joins as an assistant cost manager. The dedicated North West cost management service was set-up in 2016, and is growing its regional offering to meet demand from increased development in Manchester.
Yvette Black has joined the planning and development team as a graduate planner, while Rob Bursnoll has been appointed to the building consultancy team as a graduate building surveyor.
Meanwhile, Tom Robinson has been promoted to senior planner in the planning and development team and Andy Allen has advanced to senior surveyor in the building consultancy team. In addition, Natalie Harrison has been promoted to senior surveyor in the residential advisory team.
JLL?s property and asset management team has promoted Henrietta Daniels to senior surveyor, Christine Arnold to surveyor, and Kirstin McIntosh to assistant surveyor. The promotions follow the team?s appointment at One New York Street and Three Hardman Square by Royal London Asset Management.
David Lathwood, lead director for JLL in the North West, said: ?On top of these thoroughly well-deserved promotions, we welcome three new members, adding further on the ground talent to JLL in the North West.
?The growth of our cost management team reflects the service?s success, and the strong pipeline for new build and renovation projects across Manchester, which require trusted advisors.?