Savills appoints seven directors in Manchester

Jamie Adam, Freddie Guest, Daniel Barnes, Neil Unsworth, Stuart Longden, Adam Broome, and Alastair McNair have all been promoted.

Adam is part of Savills residential development sales group. Guest is a member of the UK investment team and Barnes is in the business space department. Unsworth, Longden, and Broome are all in the property management division. McNair is with lettings.

“I would like to offer a huge congratulations to all of these individuals on these very well-deserved promotions,” said James Evans, head of Savills Manchester.

“They have all worked very hard to consistently deliver excellent service to their clients in what has been a challenging year, and have a played a key role in the success of our North West offices.”

The full list of promotions is below:

Manchester office

  • Jamie Adam in residential development sales to director
  • Freddie Guest in UK investment to director
  • Daniel Barnes in business space to director
  • Neil Unsworth in property management to director
  • Stuart Longden in property management to director
  • Adam Broome in property management to director
  • Alastair McNair in lettings to director
  • Peter Whittingham in planning to associate director
  • Brad Wiseman in planning to associate director
  • Ani Kraja in residential development sales to associate director
  • Shaun O’Shea in building and project consultancy to associate director
  • Chris Burton in property management to associate director
  • Julian Brierley in property management to associate director
  • Adam Mcloughlin in building and project consultancy to associate
  • Holly Gillard in hotel, leisure and trading to associate
  • Jessica Atkinson in property management to associate
  • Joanna Keiryluk in property management to associate
  • Laura Coombs in property management to associate
  • Louise Chase in property management to associate
  • Andrew O’Brien in property management to associate
  • Charlotte Mack in property management to associate
  • Daniel Chetham in property management to associate
  • Emma Broadbent in property management to associate
  • Kay Kennedy in property management to associate
  • Louise Beken in property management to associate
  • Maurice Robinson in property management to associate
  • Simi Hunter in property management to associate
  • Tony Thorne in property management to associate
  • Zoe Hall in property management to associate
  • Donna Pillips in lettings to associate
  • Charlie Alcroft in development to senior surveyor

Knutsford

  • Chris Cantor in lettings to associate director
  • Edward Morris in residential sales to associate

Carlisle

  • Jennifer Dixon in rural, energy and projects to associate director

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By Dave H

All white men at the top… come on Savills, you can do better

By Baffled

Looks like a load of white blokes to me

By Katrina Kerr

How diverse

By EHJ

Congratulations too to all the women at Savills that have also recently received promotions !!!

By Miffed

Great to see such diversity.

By Zippy

We are just living those EDI values.

By Iam Woke

Lots of women did get promoted … at the associate level

By Meeseeks

It’d be interesting to know why Savills are making so many promotions at this time. Are they restructuring because things are so buoyant that they can afford / need more people in senior positions, or have all these people really performed so well that they deserve being rewarded? Whatever the reasons, being so focused on the men rising to the top of the top really isn’t a good look.

By now

Diverse looking group of fellas!

By Tom

Or maybe, they we all just the best people for the jobs

By Whocares

Good to read the article and see full list of promotions including many women. Just a shame the photo used for the article did not include them.

By Sophia Fleming

Good on them. I wish I was one of them!

By Anonymous

Not a very diverse group of individuals. Savills definitely not leading the charge on inclusion… #poor

By Anonymous

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