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Background and industry experience

Carl is an Associate Director in the Rural Consultancy Sector, engaged by corporate and private clients in relation to land and property assets across the UK. In addition to this, Carl provides general professional advice on Agency – sale and acquisitions, Valuation, Landlord & Tenant and Compensation matters.

Carl’s specialism is providing innovative and up to date advice and delivering that advice in a modern and technical manner whilst delivering capital enhancement and revenue growth. Carl manages the Rural Health & Safety Handbook in conjunction with NFU Mutual Risk Management Services Limited and sits on the Property Portal development steering group for Fisher German.

Graduating from Harper Adams University in 2010, Carl qualified as a Member of the RICS in 2012 and as a Fellow of the CAAV in 2014.
In 2017 Carl became an Affiliate of STEP and holds a Certificate in Trusts and Estates (England and Wales).

Carl is an APC Supervisor, Counsellor and Mentor aiding the internal training of graduates within Fisher German and an APC Assessor undertaking assessments of external Candidates for the RICS.

Carl sits on the Young Valuers Council for the Yorkshire Derbyshire & Nottinghamshire Association of Agricultural Valuers and is a Member of the ALA and RFS. In 2016, Carl was announced as the RICS Matrics Young Surveyor of the Year Winner 2016 in the Rural Category.

Outside of work, Carl enjoys many rural pursuits, travelling, skiing and walking his work companion, Percy, a miniature Dachshund.

About me

What year did you start your job?

Why did you join Fisher German?
To join an innovative and forward-thinking company with a passion for providing the highest service levels and to be a part of the personable team that existing and new clients enjoy working with.

Most admired, non-property brand?
Loake Shoes

Best holiday destination?
French Alps

One item to take to a desert island?
Magnesium Flint

What’s your favourite film of all time?
Wall Street – Money Never Sleeps