Cheffins announces raft of promotions
Cheffins has unveiled a series of promotions with six members of staff being recognised in its ‘Summer’s Honours List.’
Katie Hilton, Helen Pettit, and Joe Page have all been promoted to Departmental Director; Dan Driver steps up to Associate; Angie German becomes Assistant Lettings manager while Hayley Truesdale has been promoted to Senior Lettings consultant.
Hilton joined the firm in 2017 and works within the Rural team based in the Cambridge office. She provides farm consultancy advice to landowners, farmers and rural business with a particular emphasis on rural subsidies and capital grant funding.
She has extensive experience in advising on environmental schemes and projects and her expertise in this sector will become increasingly important as the Government rolls out the new Agricultural Transition Plan over the next few years, which will have a greater focus on delivering environmental benefits through rural funding.
Helen Pettit has worked for Cheffins for over five years starting as a Property Manager in 2015 and working her way up to the position of Lettings Manager in 2019.
She has an extensive knowledge of the lettings industry and, prior to joining Cheffins, worked for a lettings company as a trainer.
Joe Page has been working in the Machinery department since joining the firm in 2011. He has been an integral part of the team responsible for hosting the firm’s monthly machinery sale – described as the biggest auction of its kind in Europe.
With the retirement of Bill Pepper, Joe will now have a significant role within the senior team at Sutton working closely with Bill King and Oliver Godfrey. Dan Driver joined the Ely office in 2019 and since has demonstrated an exceptional ability to negotiate sales and get them over the line, even in the most difficult of circumstances.
Angie German has worked for Cheffins since April 2016 and has significant lettings industry experience. She has a specialist knowledge of HMO’s (houses of multiple occupancy) and new builds. Hayley Truesdale has worked for the firm as a Lettings Consultant for five years after joining in 2016. She is the first point of contact for clients looking for a property to rent.