Expanding property consultancy Vail Williams has boosted its West Midlands region with the appointment of a senior surveyor
Joseph Brady, who was previously with Carter Jonas and latterly the West Midlands Combined Authority, is based in the Birmingham office.
He is responsible for providing property valuations for retail, office, industrial and residential property.
He provides valuation advice for lending and investment purposes to a variety of lenders and private clients.
Birmingham-born Joseph also has experience in commercial developments, compulsory purchase, and regeneration schemes for various private and public sector clients.
He said: “I am so pleased to have joined Vail Williams. I have a great deal of surveying experience behind me which I hope to utilise to provide a second-to-none service for our valued clients. It’s work I understand and work I can do well.
“I really like the atmosphere and environment of Vail Williams. The Birmingham office is a growing, vibrant place and there are really good people. I also like the LLP, the smaller firm with a personal touch where you are not just a number and there are tangible opportunities.”
Partner Stephen Hobbs, Vail Williams’ head of valuation in Birmingham, said “Joseph is an experienced all-rounder who brings a lot of knowledge to our team. He is also brimming with ideas on how to drive the business forward and I have great hopes for him.”
Joseph, who speaks Mandarin after spending three years in Shanghai, China, is a real estate, finance and investment graduate of the University of the West of England.
He plays competitive chess, enjoys snowboarding, played high-level rugby union until injury curtailed his career and once cycled from London to Berlin.
Vail Williams’ full-service property advice includes commercial agency, investment and development advice, building consultancy, property valuation, planning, lease advisory, property asset management, business rates and occupier consultancy.