Richard Corbett, a partner in Roger Parry & Partners has been recognised by RICS (Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors) for his outstanding individual achievement amongst young surveyors working in the UK.
Although Richard didn’t win the RICS Award for Young Surveyor of the Year he is delighted to have been shortlisted from almost 200 applications received from across the country.
Manager of the Roger Parry & Partners office in Oswestry, Richard said, “I am so grateful for all the support and kind words I have received since being shortlisted for this Award. Being one of the finalists for this award is recognition in itself for all the hard work we do on behalf of our clients at Roger Parry & Partners. This recognition is further proof that our clients are getting the best service possible when they come to Roger Parry & Partners.”
Richard joined Roger Parry & Partners in 2003 after graduating from Harper Adams University with a degree in Rural Enterprise and Land Management and gained his RICS qualification in 2005. In 2011 Richard became a partner in Roger Parry & Partners. He became a RICS Spokesman on rural matters in 2016.
Richard is actively involved in all agricultural and estate management matters, including valuations, BPS claims, landlord and tenant issues, compulsory purchase and compensation, farm management and rural planning.
Richard has specialised in planning consultancy and is involved in the development of numerous dairy, broiler and free range poultry units and renewable energy projects, particularly relating to wind energy. He also provides expert advice on agricultural, rural and local needs housing, and has been involved in large scale residential housing schemes.
The winner of the RICS Matrics Young Surveyor of the Year is Matthew Fedigan, Director at Domec, from Liverpool.