General Practice surveyor joins Mark Jenkinson team

23rd May 2016

A General Practice surveyor has been appointed - by the Sheffield-based independent property firm he originally joined after first qualifying.

Edward Pawley has re-joined the team at Mark Jenkinson & Son, the company he worked for from 2006 after qualifying as a surveyor with the District Valuer's Office. Since leaving in 2011, he has worked for a high profile chartered surveyors firm within the healthcare market and also a large corporate organisation in BNP Paribas Real Estate. Edward, who lives in Dronfield, has returned to Mark Jenkinson & Son as a General Practice surveyor with a specific focus on the healthcare market. Edward, a Sheffield Hallam University graduate, said: -The variety of the role - including partnership and secured lending valuations, notional rent appeals and potential sales mandates - really appealed to me. -I am also enjoying travelling around the country part of the job within a few weeks of being back I have already been to Empingham and Bury St Edmunds alone. -The healthcare sector is my specialism so I was also keen to get back to a role where I was focusing on this market. -It's great to be back not many of the faces have changed, and the professionalism, friendly nature and strong team ethic are still very much in place. Graeme Beck, senior partner at Mark Jenkinson & Son, said: "We are delighted to welcome Edward back. He has a wealth of experience which, combined with his in-depth knowledge of the healthcare market property sectors, will help us to further develops and enhance our valuation team." The firm's auction department had sales of more than £27million, recording the best results in the whole of Yorkshire and the Humber last year, according to industry research by Essential Information Group (EIG). Mark Jenkinson & Son was established in 1877 and is the largest independent firm of Chartered Surveyors in South Yorkshire, with offices in Sheffield and Chesterfield. For more information, visit

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