Ian Naylor and Harry Alexander, JudgeService.
Jane Imrie

This week's Yorkshire appointments

Ian Naylor and Harry Alexander, JudgeService

Data insight firm JudgeService has appointed Ian Naylor as PHP developer and Harry Alexander as data support administrator.

Ian has joined the company after 11 years in a customer-facing role. Similarly, Harry spent 15 years in customer service. He will be providing extensive support to new and existing clients at JudgeService.

JudgeService managing director Neil Addley commented: “We’re really pleased to welcome both Ian and Harry to JudgeService.

“As our business grows, we remain loyal to our key values. We believe great teams accomplish great things and every member of our team offers something new to the business which will help both our clients and theirs have great customer experiences across the automotive industry.”

Iain Moffatt and Iain Wallace, l’Anson Brothers

Masham-based animal farm feeds producer I’Anson Brothers has appointed Iain Moffatt as non-executive director and Iain Wallace as finance director.

Iain Moffatt brings corporate experience from his previous role as an audit partner and UK head of national market at KPMG. His role will see him help mentor the management team, as well as the fifth-generation members of the I’Anson family who are now working to develop succession planning.

Iain Wallace brings more than 30 years of experience to the position, having previously held roles at KPMG and Austin Reed.

Chris I’Anson, managing director of I’Anson Brothers, commented: “The business is at an important and exciting time as we take a big step forward on our growth strategy and make the biggest single investment in our history to build a new mill to complement our existing production facility.”

Iain Moffatt said of his new appointment: “I have known I’Anson for a long time and have been hugely impressed by its achievements in serving the farming industry in the UK as well as the equine market at home and in more than 38 countries worldwide.

“The business is one of Yorkshire’s real success stories, steeped in family heritage and I am excited to use my experience and expertise to support the team as it navigates the next stage of its development.”

Iain Wallace added: “This is an important stage in the continuing I’Anson story and I am genuinely delighted to be able to play my part in helping create the sustainable future which will benefit our customers, staff and the communities in which we are based.”

Charles Newman, David Travis and Chris Collins, Town Centre Securities PLC (TCS)

Property investor and car park operator Town Centre Securities PLC (TCS) has announced two new senior hires and an internal promotion

Charles Newman and David Travis have been appointed as associate directors, while Chris Collins has been promoted to associate director.

Charles joins the team from Smith Young where he was director. He brings a range of retail shopping experience with him, having acted on schemes such as Meadowhall, Sheffield; St Stephens, Hull; The Gate, Newcastle and Teesside Shopping Park.

David joins from Gent Visick, where he was director of the firm’s consultancy department. A chartered surveyor, David has more than 12 years combined client-side PLC and consultancy expertise in the North and the Midlands property markets.

A surveyor with more than a decade of experience across several markets, Chris has a track record of asset and strategic estate management.

Edward Ziff, chairman & chief executive at TCS, commented: “The last 12 months have seen some great successes for the business including footfall growth at the Merrion Centre and the completion and subsequent award win for our first Private Rented Sector (PRS) development, Burlington House in Manchester.

“We are delighted to welcome Charles and David to our expanding asset management team and are confident that alongside the promotion of Chris Collins, they will bring a wealth of experience and expertise that align to our strategic plans in further developing and growing our asset base.”

Joseph Knowlson, Ethos

Independent asset finance company, Ethos has appointed Joseph Knowlson as sales and account executive.

With over a decade’s experience in the motor trade including time spent at Evans Halshaw and JCT600, Joseph joins from being an overall sales leader at a West Yorkshire prestige car dealership.

Ethos founder Chris Brown commented: “We are delighted to welcome Joseph to the Ethos team. He brings with him considerable experience in the luxury car sales market and is keen to quickly make his mark with us.

“This is an exciting time for Ethos and Joseph couldn’t be joining us at a more opportune time.”

Joseph added: “I’m very much looking forward to this new chapter in my career and the challenges that come with it.

“Over the last decade I’ve learned a great deal about the new and used car market, and in particular how the finance side of the business works. These are the skills I bring with me to Ethos.”

Alex Lodge, Summers-Inman

Construction and property consultancy Summers-Inman has appointed Alex Lodge as director.

Alex has over two decades of experience moving within the construction services industry. He has also worked for consultant organisations and at board director level.

In his new role, Alex will be nationally responsible for spearheading the business development and marketing of the company throughout its seven offices.

Commenting on his new role, Alex said: “I am very much looking forward to working with the team at Summers-Inman to grow the business and contribute to the company’s ongoing success.

“Summers-Inman has an excellent client base and I believe I can use my knowledge and experience to strengthen relationships with both new and existing customers, to drive and support the evolution of the company.”

David Blakey, director at Summers-Inman, added: “We are delighted to welcome Alex to the team.

“In recent years, we have gone from strength to strength, opening offices in Manchester and Birmingham within the last six months and we continue to make a major impact in a range of markets, including, education, healthcare, residential, retail, heritage, leisure, energy and food and drink.

“There is enormous scope to build on this success and further develop our presence in these sectors now that Alex is on board.”

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