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LSH boosts Leeds team with key appointments

Pictured are Isabelle Furter, Mark Gaskell, Abi Wynn and Alex Bolton

National commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton () has made several key appointments to its growing team in .

Mark Gaskell joins LSH as director to head up the Lease Advisory team. Mark previously worked for Bupa as a corporate portfolio surveyor and has experience with and Cushman & Wakefield in Manchester. LSH’s Lease Advisory team saw a significant increase in workload during 2018 and Mark’s appointment will see this develop further under his experienced leadership.

Alex Bolton comes on board as an Associate Director in the team, making the switch from GVA in Leeds, where he has worked for the past 17 years. The growth of this team allows LSH’s national and regional clients to continue to receive a high standard of experienced service.

LSH is also investing in the next generation of talent with the appointment of Abi Wynn as a Graduate Surveyor to work in the Transport team. Abi recently completed a degree in Property and Real Estate at the University of Salford. Her appointment gives greater depth to LSH’s rapidly expanding service in the transport sector.

Isabelle Furter also joins as a Graduate Surveyor from Carter Towler. She will develop her experience in the Building Consultancy team working towards achieving chartered status this year.

Jon Anderson, head of office – Leeds at LSH, said: “We’re pleased to welcome our new recruits to the business. Mark and Alex bring tremendous experience and industry knowhow and will further enhance our offering at an exciting time for the regional office market.

“Abi has wasted no time in joining us following her recent graduation and will gain a broad range of experience by working with our loyal clients in the Transport sector. Isabelle brings much needed additional support to the growing Building Consultancy team, which has moved from two to seven surveyors in the past five years.”

 

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