Property management and surveying firm Scanlans has bolstered its Manchester team with the appointment of Andrew Ashworth as a senior surveyor.
Andrew, 33, pictured, has joined Scanlans from Nolan Redshaw, where he began his career as a graduate surveyor in 2008.
He qualified as a registered valuer with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in 2013.
Andrew said: “Joining Scanlans is a brilliant career move for me. The opportunity to join one of the most respected consultancies in the region is very exciting and I look forward to being part of the ongoing expansion and success at Scanlans.”
Philip Manson, a Scanlans partner and head of valuation in the firm’s Manchester office, said Andrew’s arrival reflects growing demand for the team’s services.
“Andrew has experience of all aspects of agency, professional and valuation work and is a great addition to the team,” he added.
Scanlans is a national practice with eight partners and over 70 staff across its offices in Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, London and Cardiff.
Its surveying consultancy focuses on commercial and residential property, as well as building surveying and LPA receiverships.
Scanlans’ property management division specialises in residential block management across the north west and the Midlands.
"Andrew has experience of all aspects of agency, professional and valuation work and is a great addition to the team"
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