Fisher German has made 32 promotions across its offices marking its continuing success across specialisms including planning and development, utilities and rural consultancy.
New partners include Luke Brafield and Mark Gilkes at the firm’s Ashby office and David Kinnersley, head of agribusiness, at its Worcester office.
Richard Benson, Ben Marshalsay, Richard Broome and High Maxfield have also progressed within the partnership.
The promotions are part of its career progression framework, which gives employees a clear pathway to advance within the business. They follow a strong period of growth for the firm, which merged with Birmingham-based company, Vine Property Management last June.
Despite the unprecedented circumstances surrounding COVID-19, Senior Partner Tim Shuldham says there is still cause to recognise these professional achievements, “I congratulate all of those who have received promotions. While we never envisaged these unusual circumstances when we confirmed these appointments earlier this year, it is important that we take time to commend the individuals and recognise the hard work put in to achieve promotion.
“It is exciting to see the talent growing in stature within the business, and it is excellent that our career progression framework continues to give people the opportunity to rise through the firm.
“We have seen a diverse range of promotions across different regions in a variety of disciplines, which demonstrates Fisher German’s all-around commitment to its employees’ careers.
“It is also fantastic to welcome three highly competent new partners who have been through a rigorous pathway programme and will be able to support the growth and success of the business.”