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Appointments to strengthen DTZ's service.

DTZ has expanded its Cardiff office with three new appointments.

Nicola Harris joins the office's rating team as surveyor; Lydia Crane joins as a surveyor in the valuation team, while Chris Yates has been recruited as a graduate surveyor in the industrial agency team.

Nicola Harris brings 10 years' rating and valuation experience to DTZ, having previously worked for Gerald Eve and Knight Frank in Cardiff and AtisReal in London. As part of her new role at DTZ she will be responsible for prosecuting non-domestic rating appeals and is the client manager for one of the team's key clients, William Hill.

Lydia Crane joins DTZ's five strong valuation team in Cardiff from Torfaen County Borough Council where she was responsible for the management of the organisation's commercial property portfolio.

In her new role, she will be managing a wide and varied LPA receiverships caseload for clients including Barclays Bank and Royal Bank of Scotland.

Joining DTZ's graduate programme is Chris Yates. His role in the office's award-winning industrial agency team will be focused on the acquisition and disposal of portfolio properties across South Wales while also working towards his APC exams.

He brings previous property experience having worked in DTZ's landlord and tenant team as a property administrator.

Rhys James, head of DTZ's Cardiff office, said: "DTZ is committed to delivering exceptional standards of service to our clients.

The appointment of Nicola, Lydia and Chris will continue to strengthen our ability to achieve this and I am confident that they will be an asset to the Cardiff office. I am delighted to welcome them."


Rhys James, left, with DTZ's new employees Nicola Harris, Lydia Crane and Chris Yates
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Title Annotation:Business
Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Oct 17, 2012
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