GSC Grays joined forces with The Farm Business consultancy Anderson’s Northern (England) in February last year. Since then we have continued to invest in and grow the range of services we offer from our Easingwold office. The original team of farm business consultants has now been joined by a team of land agents taking the team from five to ten.
The new land agent team will be led by Lucinda Riddell, a director at GSC Grays who has been with the firm since 2007. Lucinda will be joined by John Wallis, both bringing with them a broad range of professional and estate management experience.
The Farm Business Team will continue to be led by James Severn, a Rural Director who said:
“These are exciting times for our Easingwold Office. Our Farm Business Consultancy has been strengthened by Sam Dale joining us and core farm business services will continue to remain at the heart of our offering. However, as our industry moves into a time of great change, bringing both challenges and opportunities, we are now able to offer a far wider range of rural services. We look forward to working with our new colleagues to offer high quality business advice across the rural sector. Easingwold is a key location for us as we continue to assist clients across our region.”
Lucinda Riddell commented:
“We are really excited to be developing the team; we have a great mixture of expertise with almost eighty years’ experience between us and some young professionals to develop, meaning we can ensure a continuation of specialist skills and knowledge in Easingwold and the surrounding area.”
Picture: James Severn, Lucinda Riddell and John Wallis.