Independent commercial building consultancy Malcolm Hollis has relocated Rights of Light and Neighbourly Matters specialist, Barney Soanes-Cundle, to its Manchester office.
Soanes-Cundle moves from the firm’s London office on a 12-month secondment and will predominantly provide Rights of Light and Neighbourly Matters services to new and existing clients in the North of England.
Soanes-Cundle joined the firm in 2015 and has worked with a range of clients, including Whitbread, CLS Holdings Plc, City of London Corporation, M&G Real Estate and Argent Related, amongst others.
“It is great to have Barney on board in Manchester, strengthening our Rights of Light and Neighbourly Matters offering to clients in the North West and beyond. As a business, we pride ourselves on staff wellbeing and development, which is why we offer people the opportunity to move to other offices and learn new skills,” said Ian McKenna, Head of Rights of Light, Malcolm Hollis.