Property consultancy adds new Surveyor to team

02 April 2019 2 min. read
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Yorkshire based property consultancy Gent Visick has strengthened its team with the appointment of a new surveyor. Harry Fullerton joins the firm from Manchester based Davies Harrison, where he was a Senior Surveyor.

Founded in 2003, Leeds-headquartered Gent Visick is a niche commercial property consulting firm, which works to provide individuals, organisations and fund managers with the advice, guidance and reassurance to help them make practical decisions in relation to commercial property. The firm counts Aviva Investors, energy giant npower, and popular confectionary brand Haribo among its clients, and has been named ‘Best Industrial Agency Team’ at the Yorkshire Property Awards on 5 separate occasions, as well as ‘Best Small Agency Practice’ twice in the past 15 years.

The firm has been looking to expand its operations across the UK in recent months. In mid-2018, Gent Visick sought to open itself up to international clients, launching its second office and first presence in the global financial hub of London. Domestically, however, the firm is still the recipient of a large amount of work in the North of England, having been involved in many of the region’s most notable property deals over the last 12 months.

Property consultancy adds new Surveyor to team

Amid this buoyant demand, Gent Visick has appointed Harry Fullerton to join its team. Fullerton will work across the agency, development and investment divisions of Gent Visick, arriving from Manchester-based Davies Harrison. He has also previously worked for Lambert Smith Hampton in Manchester, where he commenced his career as a surveyor in 2014.

Commenting on his arrival, Fullerton said, “Having spent almost five years in the property industry in the North West, I was keen to use that knowledge and experience to progress my career in Yorkshire. I know some of the Gent Visick team from my University days, and the company’s reputation as a leading player in the North, that is also building a London presence, attracted me to the business. It’s a chance for me to join a really talented team and I felt it was a great fit.”

Rupert Visick, Managing Director at Gent Visick, added, “Harry will bring another dimension to the firm with his in-depth knowledge of the North West market. His experience in the industrial sector, solid work ethic and enthusiasm for what we do will no doubt benefit our clients.”