Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Sterling strengthens team with senior appointment

Sterling Capitol, the Yorkshire property development company, has strengthened its team with the appointment of Tom Brown.

Tom joins Leeds-based Sterling as a senior development surveyor.

The company, chaired by Sir Bob Murray CBE, owns and manages business parks across the county.

Tom, who studied real estate at Sheffield Hallam University, joins from Network Rail where he had worked for the past five years. He previously worked for property consultancies Carter Jonas in Yorkshire and Lambert Smith Hampton in the North West.

Tom said: “I am delighted to be joining Sterling Capitol at such an exciting time for the industry, and for Sterling Capitol. To join an established developer such as Sterling is a fantastic opportunity for me which I could not turn down.

“We have a strong pipeline of sites we are bringing forward for development and we are very much on the acquisition drive for new opportunities across Yorkshire and the North East.”

Paul Beckett, head of development at Sterling, welcomed Tom, saying: “Tom’s appointment will both enhance and strengthen our team. He has an excellent track record, and his experience and expertise will be a massive asset to our company.”

He added: “As one of the most respected property development companies in the region, we are focussed on building on the company’s achievements in the past two decades. Tom’s role in the business will be pivotal to ensure a successful future.”

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