Property and construction consultancy Ingleton Wood has strengthened its position in the private sector with the appointment of a new Director of Building Surveying.
Daniel Legg has joined the practice’s London office in a newly created role.
He will be responsible for developing new areas of growth - expanding Ingleton Wood’s current offering andspecialising in multi occupancy residential buildings.
Daniel, a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, who joins the practice after 10 years at Keegans where he performed a similar role, said: “It’s a very exciting time to join Ingleton Wood. Private residential is a largely untapped sector for the practice and I’m looking forward to using my expertise to help identify new opportunities, grow the business and support existing clients.”
Stuart Norgett, Partner at Ingleton Wood’s London office, said: “We’re delighted to have Daniel on board. His appointment signals our commitment to a crucial area of the business.
“Daniel’s wealth of experience will be instrumental in driving future growth in London – allowing us to explore new sectors, while also ensuring our current clients receive the very best service.”