New Appointment At BRM In Response To Industry Growth

6th December 2016

In response to continuing strength in local and national property markets, Chesterfield law firm BRM Solicitors have appointed new director Jonathan Knight to its Commercial Property Department.

Jonathan joins BRM from his previous role as a partner at a Sheffield law firm, bringing with him expertise in property acquisition, sales, development, asset management, and has represented many prominent organisations in the management of their property portfolios. Adrian Sheehan, Head of Property at BRM said: -Notwithstanding a small wobble from city pension funds and certain retailers immediately after the Brexit vote, BRM have found the commercial property market remains strong locally, regionally and nationally, with instructions increasing across the board in our commercial property department, particularly for development work. Jonathan's appointment will help us to continue to provide the expertise and levels of service demanded in this sector, and I am delighted to welcome him to BRM.

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