Sanderson Weatherall LLP appoints new partners at Newcastle office

SANDERSON Weatherall LLP has announced the appointment of three new partners at its Newcastle office, as it increases the strength of its team.

From left, Lee Sanderson, Liz McLoughlin and Richard Scott with Richard Farr, head of office at Newcastle
From left, Lee Sanderson, Liz McLoughlin and Richard Scott with Richard Farr, head of office at Newcastle

SANDERSON Weatherall LLP has announced the appointment of three new partners at its Newcastle office, as it increases the strength of its team.

The three new partners, who have all honed their skills over a number of years with the firm, are experts in their respective fields.

Richard Scott specialises in the sale, acquisition and letting of industrial and development opportunities in the North East. Liz McLoughlin specialises in regeneration consultancy including the negotiation of compensation claims arising from Compulsory Purchase. Lee Sanderson leads the national Architecture Team which offers a complete BIM design service through all recognised stages of development.

Richard Farr, head of office at Newcastle, said: “We are totally committed to broadening the depth of expertise that we provide to our growing client base.

“All three new partners have been with us for some time and have established themselves very firmly in the market. Lee and Liz are part of our national team, working in various offices around the UK and Richard is a market leader in the North East industrial field.”

Richard, who worked at Hellen’s Development and Langtree Group Plc, joined Sanderson Weatherall in 2010, while Liz started working for the firm in 2008 having been employed by Newcastle City Council. Lee joined in 2005 to assist with the delivery of several large development projects.

Liz said: “I can speak for all three of us when I say that we are delighted with this opportunity. It is very exciting to be part of a firm that is very ambitious and focused, as seen recently by the opening of our latest office in Bristol.”

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