Montagu Evans has this week welcomed 14 graduate trainees as part of its continued investment in the younger generations of its partnership.
The firm, which celebrates its centenary next year, has appointed the new recruits in planning, heritage and surveying, working across a range of its core business sectors such as housing and land, town centres, industrial and logistics and healthcare, amongst others.
The intake is made up of nine women and five men from universities including Newcastle, Edinburgh and Nottingham as well as Reading and Oxford Brookes. It is the largest cohort of female graduates arriving at the firm to date.
Rob Bower, Managing Partner of Montagu Evans, said: “Even in challenging circumstances we are firmly committed to continuing the flow of new talent into the business. It serves our clients and teams well to know that we place significant emphasis on training, development and the long-term strength and succession of our partnership.
“While there is still a great deal more to do, we are committed to improving inclusivity across the business – from graduates to leadership and all the levels in between.”