Leading property consultancy JLL has made a raft of new graduate appointments to its Bristol office.
Four new recruits have joined the office with a fifth graduate due to start in September. This marks the highest number of graduate appointments made by JLL in Bristol since 2007.
Jeremy Richards, head of JLL’s Bristol office, said: “We are delighted to be able to strengthen our growing team in Bristol with these latest appointments – the highest number of graduate recruits since before the recession.
“They were all originally due to start in September but we’ve been able to take on four of them already, which is another reflection of the improving market conditions.”
The latest graduates to have joined JLL in Bristol are Lucy Warren and Chris Quaile, who will join the building and construction team; Kathryn Hollick, joining healthcare valuation and Ross Wigley, who will join the office agency team.
A fifth graduate, Deborah Bryant Pearson, will be joining the company in September.
Kathryn recently completed a Masters in real estate management at the University of the West of England. She previously worked as a lettings administrator at Network Rail.
Lucy worked as a trainee building surveyor in the property services department at Avon Fire and Rescue Service. She is a graduate of the University of the West of England.
Chris graduated from Leeds Metropolitan University in 2012, before going on to work at Western Building Consultants in Bath.
Ross studied property management and investment at the University of the West of England.