Property, business and planning firm Berrys has appointed a new partner at its Shrewsbury office.
Charlotte Rogerson, chartered surveyor and valuer has been promoted to a fixed profit share partner.
Matthew Anwyl, managing partner at Berrys said: “The partners are delighted to announce the appointment of Charlotte Rogerson as a partner.
“Charlotte has made a significant contribution to the business and has been instrumental in developing her area of work.
“She is an excellent role model and ambassador and demonstrates consistently high professional standards.”
Charlotte joined the Shrewsbury office in September 2014 having obtained a first class BSc(Hons) degree in Rural Enterprise and Land Management at Harper Adams University College and qualified as a Rural Chartered Surveyor after obtaining relevant experience at Buccleuch Estates, Queensberry, then widening her experience at George F White in Northumberland.
She specialises in freehold property agency and acquisition, valuations, estate and property management, landlord and tenant matters, Basic Payment Scheme and compensation work.