Planning and development consultancy Montagu Evans has welcomed its largest graduate intake to date in the partnership’s centenary year.
19 people join the firm this month working across all the business’s key areas, including planning, historic environment and townscape, development, valuation, rating, management and commercial advisory. They will also become part of the firm’s sector-based teams where experts from different disciplines come together to provide specialist advice for a wide range of clients.
The new graduate recruits are: Sophie Alcock, Gus Clode, Rebecca Craig, Alex Davies, Nicholas Dudzinski, Bethan Gwynne, Ellie Hagart, Louise Hannah, Amran Nagra, Leyla Ongun, Alex Partridge, Coco Pemberton, Shonagh Ramsay, Anna Roper, Charlie Scoular, Laura Snell, Vivienne Speirs, Findlay Stiven and Nick Summersgill.
Victoria Thompson, HR Director at Montagu Evans, said: “This is the first graduate intake at our new offices and we’re delighted to welcome everyone to the team. As well as being the largest intake so far, and the largest cohort of women for the second year running, it brings together people from a wider range of universities than ever before, many with first degrees in non-real estate subjects. Our increasing numbers and their breadth of experience reflects our continuing commitment to the next generation of talent, something we will continue to push in the months ahead.”