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Planning and development consultancy Montagu Evans has welcomed a new generation of talent with its 2022 early careers cohort joining the partnership.

The 22 new recruits, made up of graduates and apprentices, will work across all the business’s key services, from planning and historic environments to advisory and agency roles, and sit on the firm’s sector-focussed teams providing clients with specialist multidisciplinary advice.

They have dedicated support in the form of managers, mentors and ongoing training as they embark on their careers with the firm. All are continuing a qualification pathway, and the firm has a robust and market-leading programme in place to help them in their ongoing development and growth as young professionals.

The new early careers recruits are Cameron Aitchison, Edouard Barrois, William Chadd, Dylan Chaplin, Bridget Crossley, Sahil Dave, Louis Earle-Davis, Euan Humphery, Camille Lizama, Niamh Lydon, Charlie Major, Anna Mido, Lulu Moakes, Beth O’Sullivan, Justin Parker, Simran Shah, Emily Sheldon, Aaron Singh, Rachel Slater, Ellie Smith, Sam Stratton and Ben Wikeley.

Victoria Thompson, HR Director at Montagu Evans, said: “This is a very talented group of budding real estate professionals who have impressed us from the start with their energy, focus and commitment. We’re delighted to welcome you to the partnership and are looking forward to supporting and challenging them during this next stage of their careers.”

More on the story from CoStar here.