The firm, which also has branches in Alnwick has appointed Claire to work in the professional department involved with the Entry Level Scheme Applications, Higher Level Stewardship the SPS and other professional matters.
Claire, who is originally from Maldon in Essex, has a farming background and qualified at Harpers Adams College where she gained a degree in Rural Enterprise and Land Management BSc (Hons).
Since then she has worked as a land agent for Hertfordshire County Council Farms and Cambridgeshire County Council Farms and for Reed Business Information Services working for the Farmers Weekly and Estates Gazette.
Prior to joining George F. White Claire took a year out to travel to New Zealand and Australia where she worked on farms and for the New Zealand Farmers Weekly.
Now that Claire has returned to the UK she is delighted to be back working in land agency in a rural practice.
She said: "Having worked in a diverse range of agricultural business for a number of years, it is a very exciting opportunity to be back in rural surveying. I am looking forward to using the skills tI have learnt whilst working for a diverse range of businesses to helping George F. White develop their business ."
George F. White, who celebrates their 25th anniversary this year, is one of the major independent agents in the North East.
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|Publication:||Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)|
|Date:||Aug 18, 2005|
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