George F White strengthens Yorkshire and Lincolnshire team
George F White Chartered Surveyors, Land and Property Agents have recently strengthened their Yorkshire team with the promotion of Tom Mason to Partner and the appointment of Anna Fell to Rural Surveyor.
Tom joined the firm in 2010 to launch the Shiptonthorpe Office, which covers Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire, and is part of expansion plans to build on George F White’s success in the North of England.
Tom is a farmer’s son and was born and bred on the Yorkshire Wolds. He was educated at Pocklington School and then went on the Royal Agricultural College at Cirencester where he gained a BSc Hons in Rural Land Management. Prior to joining George F White he worked for a leading land and property agent based in Harrogate.
Tom Mason said: “It is both challenging and rewarding working for George F White and very exciting to be part of a dynamic and motivated team which is expanding in times of economic uncertainty. I am thrilled to become a Partner and to have the opportunity to grow the business in my local area.”
Anna has joined her brother Louis Fell, Partner and her uncle Hugh Fell, Managing Partner, with the firm. She graduated from Cambridge with a degree in Land Economy and was working for a land and property agency until she moved to George F White’s Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire office to help develop the business alongside Louis and Tom.
Louis Fell, Partner and also a farmer’s son from Yorkshire said: “Tom has been a great addition to the team and in only a year has made an important contribution by generating new business for the firm. We are getting ourselves known in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire and we are delighted with our first year of trading. I am also thrilled that Anna has joined us, she will be a real asset in helping us to grow the business particularly in specialist areas such as water value and renewable technology.”
George F White is the largest independent firm of RICS Chartered Surveyors in the North of England, with five offices and employing 100 staff. The firm opened its office in Shiptonthorpe a year ago to build on the firm’s success and expand further into Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire, specialising in helping farmers and land owners to maximise their investment in land and property.
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