A new land agent has been appointed at Strutt & Parker's Morpeth office.
Catherine Burton, who graduated from Harper Adams University in Shropshire this summer with a degree in Rural Enterprise and Land Management, will be working on all aspects of land management.
The appointment marks a further expansion for the land and property agency, taking the rural consultancy team total from 14 to 15, and comes soon after the Morpeth office, which comprises estate agency, farming and land management, moved premises to 1-3 Oldgate.
Miss Burton, 22, said: “I am very excited to start my career with such a prestigious firm and I am looking forward to getting involved with every aspect of land management.”
Partner in charge of Strutt & Parker’s Morpeth office Alistair Cochrane said: “We are delighted to welcome Catherine to our expanding land management department.
“She is the first of a number of new graduate appointments which we shall be making this autumn at Morpeth, and I am sure that she will make a great addition to the team.”