Background and industry experienceAnna forms part of the team responsible for coordinating the Rural Consultancy sector. Working closely with the marketing department, she is responsible for the delivery of communications and marketing for the Rural Sector, including coordinating the Rural Consultancy sector eNewsletter and Agri View, produced on a bi-annual basis; sector BYM Champion; content of the Rural Consultancy Section of the website.
Anna has been in the industry for over 20 years, having graduated from Reading University in 1995. She started her career with John German in Ashby de la Zouch and has worked for Cluttons, based in the London Country Department, and Carter Jonas in Northampton, before returning to Fisher German. She is now based in our Market Harborough office.
Anna is an experienced professional, specialising in the strategic management of rural assets including valuation, development opportunities, diversification and landlord and tenant matters. Anna takes an innovative approach to management of assets as a whole, ensuring the right professionals are in place to deal with issues effectively, particularly where specialist expertise are required. She has experience of a range of institutional and corporate clients including Defence Estates, St Johns College, Cambridge, The Crown Estate, Peterborough Diocesan Board of Finance, Church Commissioners and Network Rail.
Anna moved to the business in 2014 and lives in Northamptonshire with her husband and four children.
What year did you start your job?
Why did you join Fisher German?
Like minded, professional team
What has been your favourite project and why?
Carrying out an estate review for an estate in the north of England, and putting a strategic plan in place for the future. It was a really interesting and well located estate, with opportunities to be grasped.
Most admired, non-property brand?
Best holiday destination?
South of France
One item to take to a desert island?
A recording of my children talking
Who would you like to be stranded in a lift with?
What’s your favourite film of all time?
Out of Africa