Success for Cambridgeshire-based staff as Bidwells announce new partners and promotions
ONE of the UK’s leading property consultants has announced 11 new partners and five promotions across its business and seven are based at their offices in Cambridgeshire.
Bidwells, a household name in East Anglia for almost 200 years, provides a full range of professional property services from a network of 10 offices across England.
The company has also grown to be one of the largest rural land managers in Scotland managing over 741 acres of land and around 247 acres of commercial and native woodland from offices in Perth, Inverness and Fort William.
Nicholas Pettit has been promoted to the role of equity partner and will lead a team which deals with a large number of multi-million pound projects for the firm.
Andrew Flood of the lease consultancy team has become a group partner and will undertake all graduate recruitment, training and mentoring within the firm.
Matt Bigam, Carol Ripley and David Powell have been promoted to divisional partners while Robert Smart, formerly team leader at BAA Stansted Airport, and Nick Tapp have been recruited to join the firm also as divisional partners.
Patrick McMahon, a senior partner at Bidwells, said: “Our Cambridgeshire presence is long established and it is with great pride that I have been able to announce the promotion of five of its team members as well as being able to attract two exceptional talents from external sources. “We have always been, and will continue to be, committed to providing the very best of professional service to our clients and that can only be achieved by having the very best people working with us.”
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