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New Chair of Women in Residential Property

A well-known property industry figure has taken the reins at Women in Residential Property (WIRP), a popular group aimed at fostering greater collaboration across the property industry.

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Nicola Broomham

Nicola Broomham, a Director at property recruitment firm, deverellsmith, has taken on the role of Chair in the group following an extensive recruitment process. The next phase of the process will see Nicola lead the formation of a new Committee for which applications are currently being considered.

WIRP was established six years ago by Emma Vigus and now has a significant following across the property services sector encompassing block management, surveying, estate agency, panel management and conveyancing.

The group promotes wider knowledge sharing and professional development throughout it’s regular on and offline networking and training events.

Emma commented: “I am delighted that Nicola is taking on the role of Chair. We received some very strong applications but the breadth of Nicola’s connections across the residential property sector and her evident passion for improving the industry for the good of all, really stood out during the selection process.

“Running WIRP has been a hugely enriching experience and I am looking forward to seeing the group continue to grow and evolve under Nicola’s leadership.”

Nicola is passionate about improving the real estate sector for all, with better opportunities for women, attracting talent into the sector and evolving the industry in a positive way for all those working in it.

She said: “Taking the reins is a fantastic opportunity to lead and empower a group of incredibly talented professionals in the real estate sector. My dedication is unwavering in creating an environment that’s both welcoming and supportive, allowing women to flourish, shine, and break down barriers.

October 19, 2023

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