British Council for Offices appoints Carter Jonas Surveyor to Midlands Council and NextGen Committee

Izzy Vyvyan, surveyor in Carter Jonas' Cambridge commercial practice

Carter Jonas, the national property consultancy, has announced that Izzy Vyvyan, a surveyor in its Cambridge commercial practice, has been appointed to the BCO’s Midlands & East Anglia committee. She has also been appointed to the NextGen committee.

BCO is Britain’s leading forum for the discussion and debate of issues affecting the office sector.

Vyvyan will be responsible for ceding the BCO’s nationwide NextGen initiative in Cambridge and across East Anglia. The initiative is aimed at encouraging young professionals in the commercial property sector to share ideas, develop their knowledge and build a network of contacts with other members.

Vyvyan began her career at Carter Jonas as a graduate in 2016, and over the last three years has established herself as an asset to her team and clients alike. She is also a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

Izzy Vyvyan, Surveyor, Carter Jonas: “This is an exciting time to be joining BCO’s Midlands & East Anglia committee, and engaging with the next generation of the commercial property community via the NextGen committee. In Cambridge and across East Anglia, the office sector is in a moment of change – particularly with the growth of serviced offices and coworking spaces.

“I’m proud to be a part of pioneering best practice in all aspects of the office sector on a local and national scale with everyone involved with creating, acquiring or occupying office space – be they architects, lawyers, surveyors, financial institutions or public agencies.”

Mike Ayton, Chair of BCO East Anglia, BCO: “We’re pleased to welcome Izzy. Her combination of expertise and outlook means she’s well prepared to help us in achieving our goal of enabling our members – including our young professionals via the NextGen committee – to create more effective office environments that will enable employees to thrive.”