Following the 23 partner promotions earlier in the year, Carter Jonas has promoted a further 73 employees across the country, with many in the East.

In Cambridge, Samuel Turner has been promoted to associate partner; Lucy Atkins and Amelia Cobley have been promoted to associate, and Charlie Clark has been promoted to senior surveyor in the commercial team.

In the planning and development team, Camilla Al-Hilali, John Mason, Rob Preston and Izzy Vyvyan have all been promoted to associate.

In the rural team, Henry Platts-Martin has been promoted to associate.

In the Long Melford residential team, Tommy Newbigging has been promoted to associate partner and Ellie McGarr has been promoted to senior negotiator.

In the Peterborough business services team, Jamie Mews has been promoted to asset and operations manager and Denise Reynolds has been promoted to senior finance assistant.

Mark Granger, chief executive of Carter Jonas, said: “Our people are the heart of our partnership and I congratulate each individual on their well-deserved promotion, which is a testament to their hard work, proven capabilities and dedication to our clients and business.

“Enabling colleagues to grow and succeed at Carter Jonas is a core aim of our strategic plan, and our partnership is committed to encouraging and developing our next generation of talented leaders. As we continue to grow, these promotions demonstrate our ambition to foster and recognise the huge range of talent within our business whilst supporting the aspirations of the wider industry.”

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