All the latest moves, appointments and promotions from across the property sector.
Richborough Estates has hired Charlotte Lewis as consultant design director. Lewis is a chartered architect and urban designer with 17 years’ experience in residential design, regeneration and masterplanning.
Enterprise M3 LEP has announced the appointment of Michael Knott as the new chair of its land and property action group. He is a planning director at the Reading office of planning and design consultancy Barton Willmore.
Jonathan Speer has joined retail and leisure specialist AGL as a director within its professional team. Former JLL national director Speer brings 22 years’ experience, with particular expertise in shopping centres.
HDP Associates has promoted Kevin Perriment to director. He has been with the company since 2005. Annington has announced the appointments of Baroness Helen Liddell as chairman and Jos Short as deputy chairman.
Tony Haran has joined CBRE as a director in the development and residential capital markets team, based in Birmingham. He has more than 15 years of experience and joins from Knight Frank, where he was responsible for build-to-rent and standing stock residential investment outside London.
Linden Homes has boosted its senior team with the appointment of construction director Ian Hamilton at its regional Essex-based branch, Linden Homes Eastern.
Alex Hardwick has been appointed senior asset manager at APAM. He joins from Castleforge Partners and has more than 10 years’ experience.
Real Estate Management (UK) has appointed Paul Welterveden as development director. He joins from Lodha Developers UK, where he was the head of development for the London business.
Kathrina Weiss has been appointed to the newly created role of managing director of Realogis Immobilien Holding in Germany.
Laura Mazzeo has been named managing partner at Farrells, while Shevaughn Rieck has been made partner responsible for delivering buildings through to completion.
Addleshaw Goddard has announced a series of new hires and promotions, including Hemal Kotecha and Peter Mason, who have both been promoted to partners with effect from 1 May.
Wilkin Chapman’s Lincoln office has hired a new recruit to its domestic property team. Solicitor Fiona Houlden has returned to her roots in Lincolnshire, having previously been at Hine Solicitors in Oxford.
Aviva Investors has named Darryl Murphy as head of infrastructure debt. Elsewhere, Sarah Wall is set to join the firm as senior portfolio manager, alternative income solutions..