Carter Jonas has made six group partner and 17 partner promotions across the country, effective from 1 May 2022.  

The appointments made in the Eastern Echo regions promote Richard Combes, of the planning and development team, and Kirsty Watts, of the residential team, to partner in the Cambridge office.

In the areas covered by Thames Tap, James Cordery of the planning and development team and Ross Kent, of the rural team, both based in the Oxford office, are both promoted to group partner.

Also in Thames Tap territory, Peter Canavan and Stephanie Weekes, of the planning and development team in Oxford, and Edward Westmacott of the Newbury residential team, have all been promoted to partner.

James Bainbridge, chairman of Carter Jonas, said: “Carter Jonas is dedicated to recruiting and retaining talent, developing our future leaders, and investing in our long-term ambitions alongside those of the industry, and as such, it is a pleasure to announce these new appointments.

“All of our new Group Partners and Partners have contributed to the significant growth in our business over recent years. As we continue to implement and further develop our five-year strategic plan, these appointments demonstrate our ambition to nurture and recognise talent, which is such a vital element for the future of our business.”

Other appointments across the country are as follows:

Promotions to group partner:

  • Amy Nolan, energy, Leeds
  • David Ruddock, residential, London
  • Lucinda Sanders, valuations, London
  • Dan Sherwood, planning & development, Leeds

Promotions to partner:

  • Chris Anderson, rural, Truro
  • Ian Begg, project Management, Leeds
  • Hannah Burton, rural, Harrogate 
  • Jacquie Critchley, infrastructures, Warrington
  • Chris Hartnell, commercial, Leeds
  • Chris Hemmings, planning & Development, London
  • Steven Hopley, infrastructures, Warrington
  • Caroline Lawrence, rural, Truro
  • Simon Nigh, geospatial, Birmingham
  • Stephen Richards, rural, Taunton
  • Henry Spencer, rural, Northampton
  • Jonathan Wilson, rural, York

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