Bradley Hall back The Journal's apprenticeships campaign

Expanding chartered surveying firm Bradley Hall is supporting The Journal's Proud to Back Apprenticeships campaign by recruiting two new apprentices

Expanding chartered surveying firm Bradley Hall is supporting The Journal’s Proud to Back Apprenticeships campaign by recruiting two new apprentices to help a new generation join the property industry.

The North East property agent, with offices in Newcastle, Gosforth and Durham, has recruited the teenagers in accountancy and business administration.

Georgina Manning, 19, who is training in the accountancy department in Durham, has completed her Level 2 in accounting and is now studying for her Level 3, while Laura Nixon, 16, is practising business administration at Grey Street, Newcastle.

Rebecca March, 18, meanwhile, recently completed her apprenticeship and now has a permanent role as sales and lettings agent at Gosforth.

Director Neil Hart said: “We’re delighted to support The Journal’s Proud to Back Apprenticeships campaign and hope that other businesses in the North East will do the same.

“We have always been committed to promoting chartered surveying as a profession and are keen to encourage and train new talent.

“Apprentices can go on to become the managers of tomorrow.”

The property firm has also appointed two new associate directors. Experienced chartered surveyor Richard Rafique joins the Grey Street office, while Amanda Burbridge joins Bradley Hall’s growing residential sales team in Gosforth.

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