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Chartered surveyor gives firm a boost.

The Newcastle office of King Sturge continues to achieve a 100% success rate in the industry's Assessment for Professional Competence qualification after Tim Powner, pictured, passed the course to become a chartered surveyor.

Tim, 25, specialises in industrial agency, development and investment and has been studying to become a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.

Prior to joining King Sturge Tim worked with City of Sunderland Council. He said: "The qualification will go a long way to help my future career progression."

Jonathan Sykes, partner-in-charge of the Newcastle office said: "This course is important for the industry as it sets high standards. Through becoming chartered, we are able to demonstrate to clients the high calibre of our employees."
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Jul 14, 2005
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