Boost for Avison Young’s Bristol office with nine new joiners from senior surveyors to recent graduates

March 15, 2023

Global real estate adviser Avison Young has expanded its Bristol office with new appointments as it strengthens its multi-disciplinary approach across both transactional and advisory teams.

The new arrivals are senior surveyors Laura Gordon and Greg Boast, associate Nicola Lovell, surveyors Joe Wood and Ffion Brown, graduate surveyors Jack Phillips, Lucy Hayes and Evie Mahony, and graduate urban planner Daniyaal Sadiq. 

Laura Gordon, who has an MSc in Real Estate from the University of Glasgow and is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, previously worked in Avison Young’s London office, while AssocRICS qualified Greg Boast joins Avison Young’s primary care advisory team with experience across property management and commercial valuation.

Nicola Lovell joins as an associate in the planning, development and regeneration team. She brings a wealth of planning experience from both the public and private sectors in England and Wales.

Joe Wood and Ffion Brown are the latest surveyors to join Avison Young’s building consultancy team.

Ffion is an assistant building surveyor with a varied in project management, dilapidations, surveys and reinstatement cost assessments, while Joe is involved in a wide range of building surveying services offered by the firm.

Jack Phillips has been appointed as a graduate surveyor working across the office, retail and lease advisory teams. With a BSc in Real Estate from Oxford Brookes University, he is now studying for his APC qualifications from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

Lucy Hayes, who has a Real Estate degree from the Royal Agricultural University, joins as part of the firm’s telecoms team.

Evie Mahony, who graduated with a BSc Hons in Real Estate from Oxford Brookes University and is now studying for her professional APC qualifications, has been appointed to Avison Young’s land and development team.

Daniyaal Sadiq has joined the planning, development and regeneration team as a graduate urban planner after gaining a Master’s degree at Cardiff University.

Avison Young regional managing director Jo Davis said: “It’s always a delight to welcome new recruits to our team.

“Each brings with them valuable expertise across our technical and specialist advisory services. As Avison Young continues to grow and develop its unique approach to real estate advisory across the UK, we’re looking forward to a bright future for the profession with our new group of recruits.”

Toronto-headquartered Avison Young employs around 5,000 people providing a full range of commercial property services from its 100-plus offices in 15 countries across the world. Its Bristol office is one of 12 in the UK.

Pictured below: Avison Young Bristol office’s new starters 

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