H&H Land and Property have announced the appointment of two new team members to their Carlisle office.
Tracey Jackson is joining as a chartered surveyor from an initial background in rural enterprise and land management, and later experience working for Lancashire County.
“Both Tracey and Claire have a strong background in agriculture and a wide range of practical and academic experience. Their skills, knowledge and experience will be integral to the continued development of H&H Land and Property across Cumbria and the Scottish Borders.”Peter Hull director for H&H Land and Property
Claire Noble is taking up the post of Assistant agricultural adviser, and has recently gained her Masters in Farm Business Management from Harper Adams University.
In taking up their new positions with H&H Land and Property, Tracey and Claire are joining one of the largest firms of chartered surveyors and specialist rural advisors in the north and England and Southern Scotland.
H&H Land and property offer a comprehensive range of services and a professional approach to providing innovative advice across specialist service areas, including property, property agency, estate management, rural land and business, residential management, valuation and surveying, planning and development, and conservation and environmental pursuits.
Commenting on this further expansion of their team, Peter Hull, director for H&H Land and Property, said: “Both Tracey and Claire have a strong background in agriculture and a wide range of practical and academic experience. Their skills, knowledge and experience will be integral to the continued development of H&H Land and Property across Cumbria and the Scottish Borders.”
Tracey Jackson grew up on a mushroom farm at Crofton, near Thursby, and also completed her degree at Harper Adams University in Shropshire. After graduating she spent six years working for Lancashire County Council, during which time she successfully completed her RICS and CAAV qualifications.
Tracey will be working with clients on general rural matters, however, in particular will be representing them on the current National Grid and United Utilities schemes being delivered across the county.
On taking up her new appointment, Tracey said: “I was delighted to be offered the position with H&H Land and Property. This is a very exciting opportunity for me, I worked at H&H when leaving school and I am really pleased to be re-joining the team as a chartered surveyor.
“During my time at Lancashire County Council, I gained an extensive range of experience and furthered my qualifications, which has enabled me to return back to my roots to pursue my career with H&H Land and Property. I am particularly looking forward to representing private clients in the local area.”
Claire Noble grew up on the family’s sheep and dairy farm in Ousby, near Penrith, and is pleased to be coming home to Cumbria. Her first degree was in Animal Science at Newcastle University before deciding to develop her knowledge through an MSc in Farm and Agri-Business Management at Harper Adams University. She has worked for 2 Sisters Food Group, the UK’s largest food company, as an assistant agriculture manager, where she gained experience of the UK poultry industry.
Claire will be working with the Agricultural Adviser to assist clients in managing the financial aspects of their business, and understanding and utilising the many government directives and schemes which are indispensable to the running of an agricultural enterprise.
“I am really looking forward to working with the farmers in the local area,” said Claire.
“Joining such a well-respected and renowned company as H&H Land and Property will allow me to put into practice all the knowledge and skills I worked hard to achieve at university. I am particularly looking forward to have the opportunity to learn more about the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS), and the farm management side of the business.”