Growing firm welcomes Andrew to team.
The company, which has been predominantly a Coventry firm for most of its history, launched a Birmingham office this year as it looks to expand its coverage.
Former BNP Paribas Real Estate and Chesterton valuer Andrew Oliver has now joined Shortland Penn and Moore as senior commercial valuer to work alongside directors David Penn and Jonathan Moore, as well as David Allen who moved to the firm in July. Andrew has chalked up more than 30 years' experience in the commercial property world, mainly out of Birmingham and will bring all that knowledge and expertise to his new role.
He said: "I am very pleased to have joined such a progressive firm as Shortland Penn and Moore.
"Over 34 years, I have built up great knowledge and have amassed countless contacts in the commercial property world and I will use that to help the company expand its operations,.
"I think a recovery in the market is still some way off but I have certainly already seen a lift in the valuations work, which is positive."
David Penn, managing director of Shortland Penn and Moore, added: "Our professional services are expanding and Andrew is one of the most experienced and best valuers in the Midlands and beyond, and the quality of his work fits well with our standards.
WELCOME: Andrew Oliver (left) with Shortland Penn and Moore colleagues (left-right) David Allen, Jonathan Moore and David Penn
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Date:||Nov 12, 2012|
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