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New Starters

Published: 26/11/2020 By Matthew Wilcox (Associate)

Woolley & Wallis has strengthened its professional team through the appointment of six professionals.
Felicity Wright has joined the Marlborough office as a Rural Chartered Surveyor bringing with her a strong background and knowledge in all rural professional matters and in particular valuations and planning advice. Felicity also has first-hand farming experience having grown up on her family farm in Devon and being married to a dairy farmer.
Megan Casebow joins the Salisbury Commercial department having spent three years as an Estates Surveyor of an Asset Management Company in West Sussex. Megan has an array of experience in all commercial property matters. She also has knowledge of residential and rural property work through completing her degree in Rural Land Management at the Royal Agricultural University.
The Farm & Rural department in Salisbury has also welcomed three new members to its team; Hugh Watkinson, Harriet Parris and Cara Beamish. 
Hugh has joins as Head of Client Accounting moving from a national firm of Chartered Surveyors and brings with him over thirty five years of experience.
Harriet graduated from the Royal Agricultural University earlier this year and is involved with all areas of work within the department as she works towards her RICS and CAAV exams. 
Cara joins as an Administrator for the Farm & Rural and Commercial departments. Prior to joining Woolley & Wallis she worked as an Estate Office Manager for a country Estate in Cumbria.
Sally Howden has also joined the Lettings department in Salisbury as an Administrator and will be assisting with all matters within the Department. She previously worked as a Housing Officer for 9 years and also has over 10 years of experience working for estate agents.
Richard Nocton, Partner at Woolley & Wallis comments: “It is fantastic to welcome so many professionals to Woolley & Wallis particularly during such an uncertain time. It is a testament to the quality of work the professional division undertakes which will only be strengthened by these appointments.”