NEW PARTNER AND NEW ASSOCIATE ANNOUNCED AT ARNOLDS KEYS
Property services firm Arnolds Keys has promoted a new partner and a new associate.
Mark Mayhew has been appointed as commercial partner. Mr Mayhew joined Arnolds Keys in 2018 and leads the firm’s Commercial Agency department, covering all sectors of the commercial property market. He has more than two decades’ experience in the commercial surveying profession working for a range of commercial developers, institutions and agents, including 12 years working in commercial and agricultural asset management at a regional property company.
Charlotte Webster has been appointed as associate in Arnolds Keys Irelands Agricultural, the firm’s specialist rural property division. Born in Norfolk into a farming family, she took a Masters in Estate Management at the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester before achieving her MRICS and FAAV qualifications working for a firm in Shropshire. She returned to Norfolk to work for the National Trust, responsible for estate management across the east of England, before joining Arnolds Keys as a senior rural surveyor in 2018.
Arnolds Keys managing partner Guy Gowing said, “We are delighted to announce these two senior appointments, further evidence of our commitment to developing talent and developing future leaders within the firm.”