Michael Slaven and Andy Williams, Savills, p Savills

Michael Slaven and Andy Williams have just been promoted to director at Savills' Manchester office. Credit: via Savills

Savills names Slaven, Williams as director

Michael Slaven and Andy Williams’ appointments to the senior position were two of 27 promotions across the consultancy’s North West offices.

Slaven has been with Savills since May 2017, according to his LinkedIn. In the past, he has worked for Capita Real Estate, RBS, and CBRE. Williams has worked with Savills for five years. Both are now directors within the property management team at Savills’ Manchester office.

Savills also announced the promotions of six staff to the position to associate director: Holly Gilliard within the leisure and trade team, Ryan Griffin in lettings, Amy Lea and Natalie Massey in property management, Joe Henderson in valuation, and Ellis McQueen in residential sales. McQueen is based in Knutsford, while the others all work out of the Manchester office.

Another 19 staff members were promoted to associate. In the Manchester office, this included Katie Parfett and Amelia Robson in planning, Lori McPherson in residential development sales, Joe Kemp in UK investment, and Dan Ibbotson and James Williams in valuation.

Within the property management team, 12 became associates in Manchester: Mark Brown, Maya Choudhury, Caitlan Clarke, Izzy Dimmer, Ryan Fellowes, Laura Fitzgibbon, Devon Hughes, Anna MacDonald, Oli Stirling, Jake Tickle, Cassie Wardley, and Natasha Yarwood.

Over in Savills’ Chester office, Jamie Bradshaw rose in the ranks to associate with the residential sales team.

James Evans, head of national office agency at Savills’ Manchester office, congratulated his staff on their promotions.

“We continue to grow our business to provide advice across the residential and commercial sectors in response to the ongoing opportunities that exist throughout the North West,” he said.

“These promotions are a testament to the individuals’ hard work.”

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