Deloitte Real Estate has promoted a number of staff across its North West practice, as the firm also confirms the intake of new graduates to support its on-going work for clients across the region.
In the planning and development team, Anna Dooley has been promoted to assistant director having advised on prominent projects across the regions, including HS2 in Birmingham and the on-going regeneration at UX Manchester.
Michael Percival and Lerato Marema have both been promoted to senior planner. Having joined Deloitte in 2014 and 2016 respectively, both have worked on a number of high profile applications in Manchester City Centre, including the Great Northern Warehouse, Nuffield Hospital, Manchester Business School, NOMA, and Manchester Metropolitan University’s Birley Campus scheme.
In the Valuation Assurance and Professional Advisory team, Chris Farnworth has been promoted to senior surveyor. Chris joined Deloitte in 2014 and provides real estate valuation, due diligence and assurance services to clients both throughout the UK and worldwide. He has worked for developer, investor and occupier clients including Bizspace, Cheshire East Council, Sunderland AFC, and Matalan.
Deloitte has also announced the appointment of a number of graduates, who joined the firm in September. Jennifer Chatfield, Hannah Graham, and Shivani Patel join the planning and development team, while the valuation team will welcome James Williams.
Simon Bedford, partner and head of Deloitte Real Estate in the regions, said: “These promotions reflect the outstanding work of our team to deliver key projects across the North West and provide expert advice to the clients and cities we work with. We are seeing these efforts continue to bear fruit, with innovative new developments and neighbourhoods consistently under construction across the North West.
“It is also with great pleasure that we welcome a number of new graduates to the team. We are constantly striving to attract the brightest talent, and we have high hopes that these individuals represent the next generation of experts to influence the direction of our cityscapes in the years to come.”