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String of successes for property agency.

TWO major appointments have been announced by chartered surveyors and estate agents Ryder & Dutton.

And six of its Key personnel have qualified as associates of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

The agency, which has branches in Huddersfield and Holmfirth, has welcomed associate James Roberts to the board of directors. In addition, Kris Street, manager of the firm's branch at Shaw in Oldham, has been appointed an associate.

Mr Roberts is well-Known in the local commercial property marKet and has been an associate at Ryder & Dutton since May, 2012.

Director Richard Powell said: "James brings a wealth of expertise and experience to our board and will help us strengthen our offering to the local business community."

Mr Street has been manager at Shaw for several years.

Director James Ebden said: "We are really pleased that Kris has accepted this invitation. He deserves this for his hard worK and success over the last few years during a difficult time in the property marKet and we hope there will now be the opportunity for him to do well in what appears to be an improving marKet."

The firm has also reported that one director and five associates have qualified as associates of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, entitling them to use the designation Assoc RICS.

Director James White is based at the Huddersfield town centre office. Associates Wendy Robertson, Stuart North, Lee Whitehead, JaKe Rowson and Damien O'Grady are based in property management at Property Management at Springhead, Halifax, Holmfirth, Middleton and Glossop respectively.

Mr Powell said staff training had a high priority - with 11 trainee estate agents recently becoming student members of the National Association of Estate Agents and two trainee lettings agents becoming student members the Association of Residential Lettings agents.

All have enrolled to study for either the National Federation of Property Professionals courses in residential estate agency or residential lettings agency.

Mr Powell said: "We are committed to providing our staff with the depth of Knowledge needed for them to provide an effective and professional service to our clients in all areas of our business. This is important for today and also for future development particularly in view of the improving property marKet generally."

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| HOME WINS: Ryder & Dutton personnel (top, from left) Kris Street, who has been appointed an associate; new director James Roberts; and new associates James White and Wendy Robertson with Jake Rowson (right), Lee Whirehead and Damien O'Grady
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Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Jan 14, 2014
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