THE Duham office of H&H Land and Property have appointed three new members of staff.

Hannah Maynard and Matthew Imrie have joined as rural surveyors, while Louise Stones has joined as an assistant surveyor on her placement year from Harper Adams University.

Tim Sedgewick, associate and chartered surveyor for H&H Land and Property, welcomed them to the Durham office.

He said: "The appointment of the two rural surveyors is a direct result of the need of extra resources to meet the growing demands for our services. For many years, we have welcomed students during their placement year and we are looking forward to supporting Louise in her career development”.

Hannah, 22, from North Yorkshire, has a degree in Rural Enterprise and Land Management, from Harper Adams University and gained invaluable experience with HHLP during her placement year. Matthew, 25, is a farmer’s son from Glasgow A graduate surveyor, is an undergraduate in International Business with Business Law from Caledonian University and has a Masters in Land Economy from the University of Aberdeen.

Louise, 20, from North Yorkshire, is on her student placement year from Harper Adams University, where she is working towards a degree in Rural Enterprise and Land Management.