National property consultancy Carter Jonas has appointed Andrew Chandler as head of its Rural Agency Team.
He takes over from Andrew Fallows, who held the position for a number of years. Fallows remains with the business as a Partner coordinating its rural offering across Yorkshire and its surrounding regions.
Chandler joined Carter Jonas as a partner in 2018 and is based in the south east out of Carter Jonas’ Oxford, Newbury and Winchester offices. With nearly 20 years of experience advising on farm agency matters, he has exceptional knowledge of the rural market. Since joining Carter Jonas, he has worked closely with its teams across the UK, advising on the disposal and acquisition of rural assets, including country houses, equestrian property, farms and estates.
Additionally, Chandler is involved with number of rural associations and committees, including the Berkshire CLA and the Newbury and District Agricultural Society.
Commenting on his appointment, Andrew Chandler said:
“With many changes facing the rural sector, there are both uncertain and exciting times ahead. I look forward to supporting the wider regional teams in my new role as well as working with existing and new contacts to help shape and deliver client strategies. To this aim, Andrew Fallows has already made great strides. Championing innovation, he has further strengthened the capabilities of our already excellent team to provide dedicated agency services in areas such as energy, leisure and forestry. I look forward to building on this success as we continue to provide the very best advice to meet the evolving needs of our clients at this crucial time.”
Tim Jones, Head of Rural, Carter Jonas said:
I am delighted that Andrew has agreed to lead our Rural Agency Team. He has significant experience in the agency arena and has built up an excellent reputation with clients across the UK. He will continue to work with our very dedicated regional teams to ensure that we provide our clients with the very best agency advice.
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