Bamber makes partner at Knight Frank

Knight Frank has announced four promotions at its Manchester office. Mark Bamber from the commercial team has been promoted to partner, three years after joining from Lambert Smith Hampton.

Bamber said: “Our success working with clients such as Great Places Housing Group and MMU in two of the biggest off-market deals shows the depth of our market knowledge and contacts and my ambition is to further develop that tenant representation role.

“We are engaged on three of the most exciting new schemes in Manchester: 125 Deansgate, Windmill Green and Circle Square. The real skill of the office is the collaborative approach between teams working together to get the very best for our clients.”

Tom Dawson has been promoted to associate in investment.

Jessica Murray and Mike Pochin both rise to senior surveyor level.

There are 42 staff in the Knight Frank Manchester office, including 14 partners.

Alistair Elliott, senior partner and group chairman, said: “We we will continue to focus on developing talent and leadership throughout the firm, recruiting and training the best people so that they reach even greater heights for themselves and for our clients. These promotions recognise that we will always develop and promote those who are exceptional at providing advice and creating deals. I am delighted for them all and thank them for their continued dedication to the business.”

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