PM Legal Services
Cassandra Zanelli, Sally Briggs from YMCA Training, Kirsten Etheridge and Chloe Quinn.
Rebecca Wayman

This week's Yorkshire appointments

Chloe Quinn and Kirsten Etheridge, PM Legal Services

Residential leasehold firm, PM Legal Services has reinforced its commitment to developing tomorrow’s talent with a new appointment and a promotion.

The firm has taken on Chloe Quinn - a student from Doncaster charity, YMCA Training.

Expanding the team by over 300 per cent since its launch in February 2017, PM Legal Services has also promoted Kirsten Etheridge; another YMCA training student who has clinched the charity’s Learning Awards for two consecutive years.

Chloe has been appointed as an administration assistant and Kirsten has been promoted from office administrator to junior PA to Cassandra Zanelli, a recognised residential leasehold expert who heads the team.

Cassandra said: “YMCA Training plays a vital role in helping young people find work opportunities - a goal which is aligned with our ethos of nurturing and training young talent.

“We wish Chloe every success in her new role and congratulate Kirsten on her well-deserved promotion.”

Lauren Foley, Katie Bedford, Nathan Carr, Niamh Boylan, Hanif Dawjee, ilk

Integrated agency, ilk, based at Leeds Dock, has bolstered its workforce by announcing a variety of new appointments within its PR and Digital teams as a result of a growing client roster.

Lauren Foley has joined the team as a PR account manager with Katie Bedford, Nathan Carr and Niamh Boylan all coming on board as PR account executives. On the digital team, Hanif Dawjee has joined as a senior web developer.

Nev Ridley, ilk’s managing director, said: “We’re delighted with the new recruits who have joined our PR and Digital teams. Lauren, Katie, Nathan, Niamh and Hanif are all really eager to contribute towards ilk’s growth.

“We are confident that they will be great additions to the team.”

Philip Wilkinson, Rachel Groves and Keann Shaw, Fox Lloyd Jones

Leeds-based commercial property agents and project managers, Fox Lloyd Jones has expanded its team to cater for new instructions and increased work from existing clients.

Philip Wilkinson joins from G&T’s Central London Project management team, where he was a director on the major Woking Town Centre regeneration project.

Also joining the company is Rachel Groves, having spent the last seven years with Turner and Townsend.

Her architectural background will strengthen Fox Lloyd Jones’ project management service, having delivered projects across commercial, retail and government sectors during her career.

Finally, as part of the CEG inspired ‘Forging Futures Professional Apprenticeship’ programme, the company has welcomed Keann Shaw on a two year structured apprenticeship scheme to help him acquire a unique blend of development and project management skills.

Speaking about the appointments, Paul Fox of Fox Lloyd Jones, said: “It is great to have been able to attract the calibre of Philip and Rachel to the company both of whom will be able to provide the quality of advice and client management upon which we have grown our reputation.

“We also recognise the importance of helping those starting out on their careers. We will therefore be investing a great deal of time in helping Keann to develop a unique development based skill set and gain the experience which will give him the best possible start in the sector.”

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