Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Carter Jonas appoints Ian Cadman to surveyor role in Leeds

Property consultancy Carter Jonas has appointed Ian Cadman, associate building surveyor, to its Architecture & Building Consultancy at its Leeds office.

Cadman joins from NPS Leeds, where he was overseeing a team of ten in the multi-disciplinary practice. Cadman was also responsible for driving business development.

With more than 20 years of industry experience, Cadman joins the Carter Jonas team to drive business development with its existing and prospective client base for building surveying services across the North. Cadman’s appointment follows the recruitment of Partner, Matthew Ellams to grow Carter Jonas’ offering as a Building Consultancy.  

Richard Love, Head of Architecture & Building Consultancy, Carter Jonas, said: “Our Leeds office team is expanding, and this reflects the city and region’s reputation as an ever-growing economic hub. As one of the UK’s largest commercial markets, it’s encouraging to see continued growth reflected in our team. Ian is a well-suited addition, and we’re proud to welcome him onto the team with his wealth of experience and knowledge.”

Ian said: “Major infrastructure investment projects – such as High Speed 2 – will be a catalyst for increasing occupier demand in Leeds for quality commercial real estate, so it’s an exciting time to be growing a building surveying practice in the region.”

Cadman’s experience is underscored by his academic credentials. He holds a BSc (Hons) in Building Surveying and a HNC in Building Studies. He is also a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS).

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