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Sam Spencer Appointed to RICS President’s Panel

Bruton Knowles, the national property consultancy company has been established for more than 150 years. The company has 13 different offices around the UK including Manchester, London, Gloucester, Bristol, Leeds, Shrewsbury and Cardiff. The company’s Nottingham-based property consultant, Sam Spencer has been appointed to the President’s Panel of the Royal

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BDC 317 : Jun 2024

Sam Spencer

Sam Spencer Appointed to RICS President’s Panel

Bruton Knowles, the national property consultancy company has been established for more than 150 years. The company has 13 different offices around the UK including Manchester, London, Gloucester, Bristol, Leeds, Shrewsbury and Cardiff. The company’s Nottingham-based property consultant, Sam Spencer has been appointed to the President’s Panel of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, or RICS. The RICS President’s Panel has appointed Sam Spencer, who will ow be working with the other members of the panel in order to offer resolutions for land and property industry disputes. It is a great achievement for Sam to be appointed to this panel, and Sam will be able to offer the expertise that he has developed over the course of his career. Sam Spencer is a Bruton Knowles expert who has specialist knowledge in sales, acquisitions, management agreements and business and property valuations. Sam also has experience as a Chartered Surveyor and Registered Valuer. On top of this already impressive CV, Sam also has over 20 years of experience working in the hospitality, leisure and healthcare property sectors. The appointment to RICS President’s Panel is a coveted opportunity and illustrates the hard work and experience that has been gained by Sam Spencer. Bruton Knowles will also benefit from this appointment has they will have one of the most highly regarded specialists in the industry as a member of their team. Sam has a vast knowledge of the commercial and investment sector as well as having specialist knowledge of alternative-use developments. This knowledge will be an asset to the President’s Panel and will help to support and inform decisions made during litigation and other judicial proceedings. The appointment has come after a comprehensive interview process which allowed him to demonstrate his market knowledge, which is of a high quality and will be essential as a part of the Dispute Resolution Service on the RICS panel.

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