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Background and industry experience

Having graduated from Harper Adams in 2011, Rob started his Fisher German life with the Newark Office as a graduate and spent three and a half years assisting the partners there with a diversity of rural practice work, including compensation claims in relation to the widening of the A46 road, managing a number of large telecommunications portfolios and working alongside the Land and Planning Supply Chain on behalf of Severn Trent Water Limited.

In April 2013 Rob passed his APC and later achieved his CAAV qualification in December 2013.

Rob took the chance to return to his home roots in 2015 and moved over to the Rural Team in Stafford as an Associate. His role now includes the management of two rural estates and a wide range of general practice work, including: landlord and tenant, planning, compulsory purchase for HS2 clients, agricultural land classification reports and compensation claims to name a few. Rob is also a member of the Grad Team, Associate Group Vice chairman, and Junior Vice President of the Stafford Agricultural Valuers Association.
Rob now lives in Abbots Bromley with his wife Naomi and Labrador, Damson, and spends much of his spare time playing hockey with Stone Hockey Club and mountain biking, with the odd day of shooting in between.

About me

What year did you start your job?

Why did you join Fisher German?
This was my first job following graduation from Harper Adams and I was impressed by what was on offer!

What has been your favourite project and why?
I have been involved with a variety of very interesting valuation inspections which have taken me to some amazing properties.

Most admired, non-property brand?
Tesla – I am amazed at their continuous innovation

Top pastime?
Mountain biking around Cannock Chase

Best holiday destination?
Mauritius – where I spent my honeymoon!

One item to take to a desert island?
A helicopter

Who would you like to be stranded in a lift with?
Jennifer Lawrence

What’s your favourite film of all time?
Snatch by Guy Ritchie or Crocodile Dundee