Chartered surveyor firm appoints new Northamptonshire partner

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National chartered surveyor and property consultants Fisher German has appointed a new partner who cover the firm’s business in Northamptonshire and wider Midlands.

Fisher German specialises in land and property management.

Kate Foster has been appointed partner and will be working with the estate agency teams covering Northamptonshire, Staffordshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Rutland and parts of Shropshire and Warwickshire.

The 43-year-old has dealt with residential sales at Knight Frank and previously was at Strutt & Parker and Jackson - Stops & Staff.

She said: “The move to Fisher German is hugely exciting for me. I am delighted to be working in a multi-disciplined office with a team whose expertise ranges from dealing with planning and construction to renewable energy and rural consultancy through to all aspects of commercial property. In fact anything you can think of to do with property and land.

“I have been working in this business for almost 20 years and my experience covers properties of all shapes and sizes - farmhouses, village houses, town houses, manor houses, cottages, small holdings and equestrian properties.

“Fisher German is a well-known and established firm with a growing property agency sector.

“With my years of experience dealing with all kinds of country properties, I hope I will enhance the current business.

“I am thrilled to be working for Fisher German especially at a time when we feel the market is finally improving and I would be delighted to hear from anyone who needs help with property matters, whether they are buying or selling.”

Stuart Flint, head of property agency at Fisher German, added: “Kate is a fantastic addition to our regional agency business, her experience will be of great added value to our clients and I am delighted to welcome her to the team.”

Fisher German has 15 offices throughout the UK.

For more information visit www.fishergerman.co.uk or follow the firm on Twitter via @FisherGerman