Savills has announced 21 promotions across its offices in Oxford, Guilford and Reading.

It includes 12 based in Oxford, five in Guildford and four in Reading.

The promotions will see five individuals across the three locations become directors, while ten will become associate directors and six move up to associate positions.

The full list of promotions is as follows:

Sarah Fenton Development Oxford Director
Kelly Matthews Residential Lettings Oxford (Summertown) Director
Tom Cackett Food and Farming Oxford Director
Nick Pain Estate Management Oxford Director
Tony Way Development Guildford Director
Alex Fraser Building and Project Consultancy Oxford Associate Director
Max Stephenson Building and Project Consultancy Oxford Associate Director
Jamie Willis Development Oxford Associate Director
Tom Griffiths Leisure and Trading Oxford Associate Director
Nev Surtees Planning Oxford Associate Director
Michael Cole Development Guildford Associate Director
Lee Shipp Residential Guildford Associate Director
Karen Allen Occupier Services Reading Associate Director
Rhiannon Sim Occupier Services Reading Associate Director
Carly Tagg Residential Development Sales Reading Associate Director
Rosie Marsden-Smedley Residential Lettings Oxford (Summertown) Associate
Sophie Holder Business Space Oxford Associate
Lucy Newbigging Property Management Oxford Associate
Lucie Beckett Planning Guildford Associate
Robert Allen Planning Guildford Associate
Megan Holman Development Reading Associate

Richard Binning, head of Savills multi-disciplinary office in Botley Road, Oxford, said: “We are proud of the talent we have within our Oxford business and in our work to ensure everyone is supported to achieve their potential. It is therefore a great pleasure to announce the promotion of twelve individuals across nine of our specialist teams.”

Charles Elsmore-Wickens, head of Savills residential sales, lettings and new homes office in Summertown, said: “They have all shown creativity and real commitment to delivering an excellent service to their clients.”

Charlie Collins, head of the Savills Guildford office, said the promoted staff had worked ‘exceptionally hard’ while Phil Brown, head of Savills Reading, said the appointments there are ‘a reflection of the expertise and commitment of our team’.

Image (l-r) shows Richard Binning, Charles Elsmore-Wickens. Charlie Collins and Phil Brown.

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