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Vail Williams continues growth with 15 promotions

By Sam Pither
14 June 2022

Expanding property consultancy Vail Williams has elected a new LLP member and made 14 other senior promotions as business demand drives strategic growth.

This follows the relocation of 3 of the firm’s 10 regional offices as well as end of year financial reporting which showed continued growth and increasing turnover. At 169 staff, the company is the largest it has ever been.

Danny George, Vail Williams’ Gatwick Regional Managing Partner and national business rates consultancy lead, has become the firm’s 16th LLP member having been with the firm since 2016.

Managing Partner, Matthew Samuel-Camps (pictured above) said: “Danny’s appointment is in recognition of his very strong contribution to our business on all fronts. He has performed exceptionally in his roles, led and delivered positive change and upheld our values.”

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All of the firm’s six regions and service areas are represented in the other 14 promotions:

South Coast
Matt Cureton - (agency) surveyor;
Sara Williams - (property asset management) associate;
Thames Valley (office pictured above)
Andy Baillie - (agency) associate;
Dan Reynaldo - (building consultancy) senior surveyor;
James Newton - (agency) surveyor;
Mark Riley - (property asset management) facilities management lead.
Greg Winston-Bray - (rating) surveyor;
Jason Morris Kidd - (valuation) associate.
Toby Orpen-Palmer - (building consultancy) surveyor.
Holly Vos - (building consultancy) associate;
James Williams - (planning) associate;
Jas Lall - (PAM) surveyor.
Midlands & North
Freddie Eastman - (valuation) surveyor;
Oli Muscutt - (agency) surveyor.

Matthew said: “These 14 promotions across our business recognise outstanding personal contributions to our business growth and individual and team self-development, as well as new responsibilities."

In the past six months the firm have relocated their Bournemouth, Thames Valley and London Offices.

The company’s new Bournemouth office, located in an established commercial area at Everdene House, resulted from the merger with Cowling & West in March 2021. Meanwhile the Thames Valley office has moved to the newly refurbished Apex Plaza adjacent to Reading train station.

Commenting on their relocations, Matthew said: “The new [Bournemouth] offices not only reinforce our commitment to the area but are more reflective of Vail Williams and provide the working environment we want for our staff, clients and visitors. We are really pleased to have been made to feel welcome in the BCP business community.

He added: “The move [to Apex Plaza] has been well supported. It’s a more sustainable location, near other professional services and has opened up the office to a greater range of internal and external visitors. The fit-out reflects today’s approach to working, with Zoom booths, and bigger break-out areas.”

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