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National Chartered Surveyors Bruton Knowles has made an important senior appointment, as part of its wider strategy to grow and enhance its existing client services within its Commercial Team.

With more than 28 years’ experience in the construction and property industry, John Slaney joins Bruton Knowles as a Senior Building Surveyor in the firm's Gloucester office.

John will be working with the firm’s Building Surveying and Professional Services faculties, and his specialist knowledge will be pivotal in assisting with S.18 and dilapidations claims, building consultancy and project management.

His previous experience focused on project management and building consultancy – having most recently worked at the University of West England as a Senior Building Surveyor and Project Manager.

Dorian Wragg, Partner and Head of Commercial at Bruton Knowles, said: “To continue to drive the brand forward, and keep the focus on growth opportunities within the Commercial sector, we are investing in those who have the specialist knowledge and skillset that brings a new perspective.

“John’s passion and previous experience will see him drive considerable growth across Gloucester and we are delighted to welcome him to the team.”

To find out more about Bruton Knowles current vacancies, please visit the Bruton Knowles website or LinkedIn page.

Bruton Knowles has 11 offices across the UK and last year, as part of its wider company restructure and expansion programme, the ambitious property firm announced the launch of two new teams, Utilities and Infrastructure and National Valuations. Who work alongside Planning and Land Development, Commercial and Rural. Contact Bruton Knowles for more information on property or progressing your career.

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