People Moves: Syzygy Renewables, Malcolm Hollis, Powell Williams and more
12 July 2017 | By Caspar Williams
Kirsty Berry - new senior project manager at renewable energy consultancy Syzygy Renewables
All the latest moves, appointments and promotions from across the property sector.
Consultancy Syzygy Renewables has appointed Kirsty Berry as a new senior project manager.
Malcolm Hollis has recruited 19 graduates in Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Edinburgh, Liverpool, London and Manchester. Some graduates have already taken up their positions, whilst others will join over the summer and autumn.
Former Birmingham City Council property services associate Liam Davies has joined Cushman & Wakefield as a development specialist in its development consulting team in Birmingham.
National building consultancy Powell Williams has made three senior promotions. David Hollingsworth is now a partner, while Natasha Tyler and Adam Farrer have been promoted to associate level.
Planning and development chartered surveyor Amy Hitchings has become land manager at Acorn Property Group’s Bristol office.
Sam Royle has been made junior asset manager at the Manchester office of real estate asset and investment manager APAM following the completion of his building surveying degree at Leeds Beckett University.
CBRE Global Investors has made Laurie Lagarde portfolio manager to oversee portfolio strategy and the performance of pooled funds dedicated to logistics in Continental Europe.
Outsourced auction services provider IAM Sold has appointed two business development directors: Julian Lavender, who will be looking after the Midlands and southern regions, and David Vine, who will take care of the north.
Bruton Knowles has added graduate surveyor Daniel Gadd to its Cardiff team fresh from the completion of his surveying degree at the University of the West of England in Bristol.
Having worked in planning and development for more than 25 years, James Del Mar has joined planning and advisory firm Rural Solutions as executive director. He was previously Knight Frank’s head of rural consultancy.
Russell-Cooke partner Helen Edwards has been promoted to head of real estate. Edwards has been at the law firm for more than 10 years.
Picton Property Income has given Sheryl Bates the role of marketing and communications manager in its UK investment management arm.
Damien Sharkey has been promoted to development director of residential developer HUB.
Law firm Joelson has added four solicitors to its property department: Tegan Cummins, Kerry Coleman, Rory Holland and Jude Salmon.
Partner Engineering & Science has made David Linkson its director of building sciences.