Five step up at Dacre, Son & Hartley
Promotions have been made across the Yorkshire firm’s residential, agricultural and customer service divisions, while Ed Pawley has been made a director of Dacres Commercial.
Laura Nicholas and Zoe Harrison have both been promoted to associate, Anita Rydings is now a senior sales negotiator, and Will Shakeshaft-Gee has become a sales negotiator.
Pawley joined the specialist commercial division Dacres Commercial in 2021 as a senior associate. He now carries out valuations, rent reviews and lease renewals, as well as advising on investment transactions, spanning all types of healthcare property including GP surgeries, medical centres and pharmacies.
He covers an extensive area spanning Yorkshire and into the North West, Midlands and down the M1 corridor.
Nicholas joined Dacres in 2015 as a customer services representative and is also a qualified mortgage advisor. In 2022 she was promoted to head of Dacres’ customer services centre, leading the team and working with clients at all stages of their property journey. She also provides internal training across the firm’s 20 residential offices.
Harrison has worked as a land agent in Dacres’ agricultural division since 2019, handling the sale, valuation and management of agricultural and sporting property throughout the North of England, working from the Harrogate office.
Rydings joined Dacres’ Knaresborough office in 2018. She is a Fellow of the National Association of Estate Agents and has almost 20 years’ experience working in the property sector, after starting her career in commercial property in Leeds, before becoming property manager at the Harewood Estate and then moving into residential sales.
Finally, Shakeshaft-Gee joined Dacres’ Burley-in-Wharfedale office in 2022 as a sales assistant, going on to develop in the role over 18 months.
Patrick McCutcheon, head of residential at Dacres, said: “Ed, Anita, Laura, Zoe and William are all integral members of our team, with their own specialisms, who work across different divisions and areas within the business.
“They’re all very hardworking and go above and beyond to deliver the best results for our clients, and therefore they thoroughly deserve their promotions.”
David Ogilvie, who heads up Dacres Commercial, added: “Ed’s promotion is recognition of his strong performance since joining Dacres Commercial and the key role he has played in helping to drive forward the expansion of our highly regarded healthcare department.”
Dacre, Son & Hartley was founded more than 200 years ago and is Yorkshire’s largest independent estate agent with 20 offices across North and West Yorkshire.
Dacres Commercial operates from an office network that covers Leeds city centre, Ilkley, Skipton, Keighley, Harrogate and Otley.