Matthew Williamson has been appointed as a Director of Land Factor after three years with the firm as an Associate.
Land Factor manages estates throughout the north of England and southern Scotland and Matthew has principally been involved with the management of the agricultural and commercial activity on the privately-owned Blagdon and Belsay Estates.
Commenting on the promotion, one of the founding Directors of the business Tom Warde-Aldam said “We are very pleased to welcome Matthew to the Board as a Director. We have recognised his ability from the time he joined Land Factor and we are confident that he will bring his expertise and strategic awareness to his new role as a Director.
“This is an exciting time for the business, having moved to our new offices in Hexham. This has enabled us to bring most of our staff together under one roof and to provide an even better service to our clients as we continue to grow”
Matthew, 34, who is a registered valuer, spent six years as an assistant land agent and then as an associate at a national land agency firm before joining Land Factor in 2014 as an Associate.
“When I joined Land Factor I recognised that I wanted to specialise in land management. I had been looking around for a new role where I could manage large estates and Land Factor was clearly the best in this field” he said. “The Land Factor culture embodies a real understanding of our clients’ needs and it is something that I know will continue to drive our success in the future. I am delighted to have been appointed as a Director and to join the Land Factor Board. I am greatly looking forward to the challenge”.
Matt joins Tom Warde-Aldam, Athole McKillop, Peter Combe and Roddy Findlay on the Land Factor Board.
He is a keen rural sportsman, he has sat on the committee of the Northumberland branch of the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust and is also a member of the British Association of Shooting and Conservation.