Brown & Co are delighted to announce that all nine candidates who sat the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers (CAAV) examinations this autumn have passed and are now Fellows of the CAAV.

The two-day examination process held each autumn sees candidates thoroughly tested on their practical, written and oral knowledge of valuation and professional work related to rural business.

Managing Partner, Charles Whitaker said “We are very proud to announce the formal qualification successes of this group of chartered surveyors. It reflects excellence of our staff and those that contribute to our innovation, training and development effort internally and externally to seek to be at the forefront of the provision of services to add value to our clients’ property and businesses”.

Charles Birch, head of Land Agency added “I am delighted that we have such talent within the firm and that all nine taking these difficult exams have passed. It demonstrates the candidates’ commitment to the exams themselves and is encouraging for their continuing careers within Brown & Co, which we are keen to develop for the future. The success of our business revolves around enthusiastic and excellent staff to look after clients in what is an increasingly specialist rural environment, so an expanding group can only help”.

Personal congratulations for all their hard work and achievement to:

Sarah Barker – Melton Mowbray
Anita Riggall – Brigg
Emma Houghton – Grantham
Tom Phillips – King’s Lynn
Rowley Barclay – King’s Lynn
Felicity Thornett – Norwich
Jamie Seaman – Norwich
Sophie Hardy – Spalding
John Smithson Whitehead – Spalding

A number of candidates also sat their RICS APC qualifications this autumn, with the following achieving MRICS status:

Anita Riggall – Brigg Land Agency
Emma Houghton – Grantham Land Agency
Jon Clampin – Huntingdon Land Agency
Anna Smith – Norwich Commercial

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