New Graduate Trainee Rural Surveyor in our Welshpool office
Published on Friday 15th September 2017 by Sarah Jones
>We are delighted to announce that Amy Thomas has recently joined our team as a Graduate Trainee Rural Surveyor in our Welshpool office.
>Amy joined Roger Parry and Partners last month as a full time Graduate Trainee Rural Surveyor but she first started with the firm in 2015 when she was a placement student. After successfully completing her placement year with Roger Parry & Partners Amy returned to Harper Adams University for her final year and achieved a BSc Hons 2:1 degree in Rural Enterprise & Land Management.
>Welcoming Amy, Tudor Watkins, Partner in the Welshpool Roger Parry & Partners office, said, “We are delighted that Amy has re-joined our team after successfully completing her degree. It is important as a profession that we help to train the next generation of chartered surveyors. Amy will be a great asset to our office in Welshpool with her farming background and her training at Harper Adams University.”
>Amy, who is from Llanbister near Llandrindod Wells, is now working towards becoming a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and FAAV (Fellow of the Association of Agricultural Valuers). Her work includes helping other members of Roger Parry & Partners staff with planning applications and valuations.
>Commenting on her appointment Amy said, “I’m delighted to be have been given the opportunity to work with the experienced team at Roger Parry & Partners who are one of the most established teams of estate agents and chartered surveyors in Shropshire and mid Wales.”
>As well as helping on the family farm, in her spare time Amy attends her local Young Farmers Club, enjoys cycling and travelling.