Montagu Evans, has announced 27 senior promotions, including seven promotions at Partner level*.
The promotions were made as part of the firm’s annual review cycle and cover its full range of service areas. They bring the total number of Partners in the firm up to 97 out of a headcount of 378.
Josh Myerson, Simon Marks and Edward Kitchen have all been promoted from Salaried Partner to Participating Partner. Josh specialises in rating valuation and liability advice, Simon and Edward are both in the planning team, with Edward specialising in heritage planning, working alongside Dr Chris Miele.
Kevin White, Development Consultancy; Roddy MacLeod and Sam Dalzell, Planning, and Will Madden, Property Management, have all become Partners, being promoted from Associate to Salaried Partner, the first rung of the firm’s Partnership structure.
At the same time, Gemma Kendall and Sam Stackhouse, Planning; Maria Jones, Lease Advisory; Angus Marlow-Thomas, London Agency; Bhavini Shah, Anthony Shaw and Jonny Sharp, Development Consultancy; and Barry McDines, Healthcare, have been promoted to the role of Associate.
Chloe Saunter, James Huish and Anthony Brogan have been promoted to the role of Senior Planner, while Sam Holdsworth, Rob Marchant, Ben Dziczkaniece, Alex Jackson, Tom Loake, Inma Latorre, Matt Moran, Luca Nardini and Will Collins have been promoted to the role of Senior Surveyor.
Rob Bower, Managing Partner of Montagu Evans, said:
“Professional development is a very important focus for the business and we will always continue to invest in our people, their careers, training and general wellbeing. This announcement is part of a bigger picture for the firm: recognising and congratulating the team for outstanding examples of commitment and expertise throughout the year. I would like to offer my personal congratulations and thank them all for their continued dedication and hard work.
“These promotions take our Partner numbers to nearly 100 and extend even further the senior advice and expertise we offer clients.
“Our graduate intake is increasing and recent APC success – 100% pass rate – shows the Partners’ commitment to the next generation.”
In its last financial year, running to 31 March 2017 Montagu Evans announced a turnover increase to £41.6 million, up 6% from the previous year. In the past five years the firm’s revenue has increased from £26.1 million – a 59% increase.