The national property consultancy Carter Jonas has enhanced its commercial team in the South West with the appointments of William Pattemore, and Molly Williams to the roles of assistant surveyor (industrial sector) and graduate surveyor respectively.
William graduated from the University of the West of England earlier this year with a degree in Real Estate, having completed 12 months’ work experience at BNP Paribas Real Estate during his University placement. According to Carter Jonas, he has a “broad understanding” of the property industry, having undertaken various work experience roles while studying for his degree. In his new position, Pattemore will assist Alison Williams, who leads the firm’s South West Industrial team, working on instructions across the South West market, undertaking lettings, disposals and acquisitions.
Molly returns to Carter Jonas on its graduate programme, having completed an internship with the firm over the summer of last year. She graduated from Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester with a degree in Real Estate and is now undertaking her assessment of professional competence (APC), completing on the job training to qualify as a chartered surveyor with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). Throughout this process, she will assist in commercial instructions across the South West providing advice on lettings, disposals and acquisitions as well as valuation services.
Philip Marshall, partner, commercial, Carter Jonas, explained that Carter Jonas is “committed” to encouraging and nurturing new talent.
He said: “It’s a pleasure to welcome both William and Molly to the team. As a business, we aim to deliver the best possible results for our clients and in doing so, place a great deal of importance on our staff and their training and personal development.”
He added: “Both William and Molly will be exposed to a wide range of work, different clients and exciting projects and I have no doubt that with the right support, they will play an important role as we continue to increase our share of the industrial, and wider commercial, property market.”
Pictured above: Molly Williams and below, William Pattemore