The New Style Homes team at Centrick and more real estate appointments news


Real estate agency Centrick has added three new faces to its new Birmingham home team.

Mei Clark, who is his new investment consultant, is fluent in English, Cantonese, Mandarin and Malay, which will be used to support Centrick’s booming overseas sales.

Sally Parnell has joined as an assistant after studying Business Management at Nottingham Trent University and will be involved in proposals, tenders and day-to-day management of the team.

The new hires are complemented by Lara Angell, who joins the agency’s rental team as a new housing consultant.

Andy Butts, Group Director of Sales and Leasing, said: “We are delighted to see the appointment of three new members to our new home team.

“Despite the challenges of the pandemic, the team has grown stronger over the past 18 months and this next chapter is expected to be the most exciting yet.

“We are delighted to continue to create new career opportunities in the Midlands and to be able to help young real estate professionals grow within the Centrick team.”

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In other news from real estate appointments, investor and manager REIT warehouse appointed Evie Williams to its external investment advisor Tilstone Partners as asset manager.

Previously at JLL, real estate consultant, Ms. Williams joins a team of 20 people responsible for managing Warehouse REIT’s diverse warehouse portfolio in the Midlands.

She is a land surveyor specializing in agency, rental advice and valuation.

Top left: Evie Williams of Warehouse REIT, Nick Matthews of Richborough Estates, Narinder Kaur of KWB, Hayley Miles of AspinallVerdi, Sholom Cohen of Colmore Capital and Sara Hope of Hayfield
Top left: Evie Williams of Warehouse REIT, Nick Matthews of Richborough Estates, Narinder Kaur of KWB, Hayley Miles of AspinallVerdi, Sholom Cohen of Colmore Capital and Sara Hope of Hayfield

Regeneration advice AspinallVerdi appointed Hayley Miles as Associate Director ahead of the launch of a new office in Birmingham.

She has advised clients on major regeneration projects in the West Midlands, including Future High Street Fund and Towns Fund offers for Worcester City Council, Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council and Telford and Wrekin Council.

Ms. Miles is a Chartered Land Surveyor and Chartered Appraiser and will work with Executive Director Parminder Dosanjh to support the growth of the business throughout the region.

She has 20 years of experience in the public and private sectors working on strategic development and land regeneration.

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Birmingham-based land development company Richborough Estates appointed Nick Matthews as technical coordinator.

The civil engineering specialist joined the company from Maplevale Developments and previously held positions at Warwickshire County Council and Staffordshire County Council.

In his new role, he will help ensure that the company’s growing national portfolio of residential and commercial sites is technically sound, maximizing value for stakeholders.

Solihull House Builder Hay recruited a national human resources manager.

Sara Hope will provide specialist HR expertise in-house as the company aims to build 500 homes per year in central England.

Ms Hope was previously Human Resources Manager at Creative Foods and has worked in various customer-centric organizations in the UK and Australia. Hayfield now has over 100 employees.

A former special gendarme has joined the independent real estate agency KWB in Birmingham.

Narinder Kaur is the company’s new property manager, having spent three years at the local office of real estate specialists Colliers International.

In her new role, she will advise clients on security related matters for which she is well suited given her time as a special constable with the West Midlands Police.

Real estate investment company Capital Colmore named Sholom Cohen to its growing team.

Mr. Cohen joins us as an investment partner, bringing with him seven years of experience in asset management and transactions as a former managing partner of consultancy firm Avison Young.

He is a qualified Chartered Surveyor and will be primarily responsible for creating and analyzing new opportunities across the UK to strengthen Colmore Capital’s portfolio.


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