DURING the past 10 years, Horsham-based Crickmay Asset Management has grown steadily and now services clients in a variety of sectors including private and company investors, investors in commercial property, SIPPS and freehold residential management companies.
Further expansion is on the cards for the company during 2012 with the appointment of experienced facilities manager Alan Tarrant into a new role of property condition and services assessor.
Designed to act as a roving troubleshooter Alan’s role will include inspecting all properties managed by the company, identifying and resolving maintenance and health and safety issues.
Marcus Staples one of the three directors of Crickmay Asset Management said: ‘I am immensely proud of the track record we have developed over the last ten years.
The company’s continued success and growth demonstrate that people value the personal but highly professional property management service we provide. I am delighted to welcome Alan to the company in a role, which will enhance what we can offer our clients’ Joining Crickmay Asset Management.
Alan said: ‘I am tremendously excited at the challenge of this new role, which will provide me with the opportunity to travel the South East visiting the wide range of properties that Crickmay manage and utilise the practical skills acquired throughout my career.
Alan joins the existing small team in Crickmay’s Horsham office of Marcus Staples, Director responsible for day to day running of the company, Coral Baverstock, in charge of all financial matters and Lynette Northcott, Marcus’ PA and the first person to contact with any queries.