Knight Frank Bristol announces three newly Chartered Surveyors

Nia Havard, Iuan Chard-Harvey and Jemima Young

Global real estate adviser Knight Frank Bristol proudly congratulates three of their graduates who have successfully passed their RICS Assessment of Professional Competence (APC).

Nia Havard, Iuan Chard-Harvey and Jemima Young were all accepted onto Knight Frank’s graduate scheme within both the Commercial and Rural Asset Management teams. During their time training, Iuan has engaged with a range of institutional, and private clients, offering building consultancy services, Jemima has gained a wealth of experience within the Property & Asset Management team and Nia has serviced clients across the South West, the Three Counties and her native Wales, assisting with a range of rural property matters.

The RICS APC is a process which seeks to ensure that prospective Chartered Surveyors are competent and meet the high standards of professionalism required to practice.

Steve Oades, Partner, comments: “I would like to congratulate our three graduates on becoming chartered surveyors. The calibre of our younger people is second to none and I look forward to supporting them as they develop their careers at Knight Frank”.

Christopher Terrett, Associate Rural Asset Management, comments: “The Rural Team are all delighted for Nia. She has worked incredibly hard and despite the challenging time has done this with great humour and focus. Nia can now look forward to continuing her excellent work in our rural team covering the South West and Wales”.