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Four new appointments at Leeds property firm

Independent property firm, Adair Paxton, has appointed four new members of staff across its residential and commercial property divisions.

Michelle Green, has been appointed as a property manager, responsible for block management across 25 sites in Yorkshire. Michelle has worked in the property and theatre industries for more than 20 years and joins Adair Paxton from High Point Estates.

As part of the busy block management team, she will manage communal areas in apartment buildings and other residential properties with shared grounds to ensure a high standard of maintenance and appearance throughout.

Will Parker, who holds an MSc in Real Estate, has recently qualified as an Associate Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (AssocRICS), and has been appointed as a commercial property manager. The experienced surveyor will manage a mixed portfolio of commercial properties across all sectors.

With more than five years’ previous experience at Carter Towler, Will knows the Yorkshire market well.

He said: “Adair Paxton is one of the longest established commercial agents in Leeds. I was keen to join a renowned firm which manages a wide range of well-known commercial assets throughout Leeds city centre and beyond, including the famous Leeds Corn Exchange, Thornton’s Arcade, which is the oldest covered shopping street in Leeds, Carlton Mills Trading Estate in Armley and Roundhouse Business Park on the outskirts of Leeds.”

Molly Beale has been appointed as a lettings administrator. Based at Adair Paxton’s city centre office on Wellington Street, she joins the successful residential lettings division, managing hundreds of apartments within Adair Paxton’s portfolio.

Responsible for ensuring all relevant documents are signed and returned by tenants on time, Molly will also carry out viewings of city centre apartments.

Molly said: “My mother is a property developer and from a young age I’ve been really keen to get into the property industry and am looking forward to working with such an experienced team.”

Jan Seymour joins Adair Paxton in a secretarial role, having spent the last 20 years as a practice manager at a human resources and training company. Supporting the directors and based at Sanderson House, the firm’s headquarters in Horsforth, Jan will put her excellent organisational skills to good use.

Adair Paxton’s director, Simon Dalingwater, said: “Since expanding into our larger city centre offices this summer our residential and commercial divisions have been thriving. We now employ a 35-strong team and Michelle, Will, Molly and Jan are welcome additions.”

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