New Lynn role heads list of JLL promotions

Andrew Lynn has been made a national director by JLL, following his promotion to lead the North West industrial and logistics team in January 2017. The announcement comes as one of 15 promotions and two new appointments made by the firm’s Manchester office.

Six employees have stepped up to become local directors: Robert Critchley in the building & construction team, James Devany in office agency, Paul Murray in property & asset management, Richard Broddle in valuation, and Robert Hogarth and Lynsey Smith in the residential team.

A further six have been promoted to associate director including Ollie Broadbent and Gareth Davies in building & construction; Andrew Rands in office agency; Bernadette Broderick in planning; Mabel Pearey in residential valuation; and Chris Stott in valuation.

Robert Kos and George Oakey have been made senior surveyors in the residential and industrial and logistics teams respectively.

JLL’s 175-strong North West team has also made two appointments. Jenny Hanna has joined the residential valuation team as associate director, transferring from JLL’s Dubai office; while Matt Francis has joined the property and asset management team as surveying executive from residential property management company Atkinsons Estates.

David Lathwood, lead director for the North West at JLL, said: “Recruiting and cultivating the best talent in the market has put us in the best position to provide senior-level consultancy in the region.

“These thoroughly deserved promotions are a credit to the strength of our North West office and we’re certain these individuals will continue to build long-term, relationships with clients across the region.”

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Andy is a good lad and knows the market .Good luck to him .

By sage

Well deserved. A true leader of all men.

Well done soldier.

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