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Vail Williams announces raft of financial year-end promotions as demand continues

Gatwick-based Danny George has been appointed to the executive board by property consultancy Vail Williams - picture contributed
Gatwick-based Danny George has been appointed to the executive board by property consultancy Vail Williams - picture contributed
12 June 2024
Gatwick-based Danny George has been appointed to the executive board by property consultancy Vail Williams - picture contributed

Property consultancy Vail Williams has revealed 11 financial year-end promotions across its six regions as demand for business grows, including a new board member and regional managing partner.

Crawley-based Danny George, previously regional managing partner for the firm's Gatwick region, and who joined Vail Williams in 2016, has been appointed to the executive board.

Meanwhile, planning specialist Suzanne Holloway succeeds Danny as Gatwick regional managing partner.

She has been with the firm for eight years and previously worked for two decades in planning and regeneration roles across the public sector.

Suzanne Holloway has been promoted to regional managing partner of the Gatwick region by property consultancy Vail Williams - picture contributed

Other promotions include two new partners in Ben Christian (planning, Southampton) and Bryony Thompson (agency, Bournemouth), and five new associates in Andrew Soane (valuation, Surrey), Elise Thompson (valuation, Gatwick) James Newton (agency, Thames Valley), Matt Cureton (agency/development, Birmingham) and Ben Duly (investment, Bournemouth).

In addition Charlie Perkins (agency, Surrey) has been made a senior surveyor, while Arabella Macrae (agency, Thames Valley) has been promoted to surveyor level 2.

"We very much believe in promoting from within and developing and retaining our own top talent. Outstanding personal contributions to our business growth have been rightly recognised," said managing partner Matthew Samuel-Camps.

"It is a joy to witness career trajectories taking off, with self-development and advancement through the business dependent only on exceptional performance, results and attitude whatever a person’s age."

It comes as the 175-strong, 50-partner, Vail Williams remains ahead of target in its current growth blueprint, after its best ever year with increased revenues of £18.3 million for 2022-23.

Danny George said: "I intend to utilise my knowledge to help drive the business forward to achieve and enhance our strategic business goals and open up new revenue streams."

Suzanne Holloway added: "I very much appreciate the confidence shown in me to lead the Gatwick team, a highly skilled and dedicated group covering multi-disciplinary roles."

Vail Williams is based across 12 offices in the Midlands and south of England in Birmingham, Crawley, Brighton, Woking, Heathrow, Leeds, London, Portsmouth, Reading, Southampton and Bournemouth – with the new Oxford office opening last February.


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Giles Gwinnett is a writer at The Business Magazine. He has been a journalist for more than 20 years and covered a vast array of topics at a range of media settings - in print and online. After his NCTJ newspaper training, he became a reporter in Hampshire before moving to a news agency in Gloucestershire. In recent years, he has been covering the financial markets along with company news for an investor-focused web portal. His many interests include politics, energy and the environment. He lives in Dorset.

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