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Goold Estates eyes growth with triple hire

Property investment and development company, Goold Estates has laid the foundation for future growth with the appointment of three new hires.

The Oldbury-based firm has strengthened its property management and support service functions as it targets new development and acquisition opportunities across the West Midlands.

Lara Angell has joined Goold Estates as trainee property manager. She will support the management of the company’s diverse investment portfolio, including offices, industrial, trade counter, leisure and retail premises.

The University of Birmingham graduate has more than five years’ experience in the property sector and was previously a new homes consultant at Centrick.

Sue Hanley is Goold Estates’ new office manager and executive PA. She has prior experience in commercial property through roles at Woodbourne Group and LCP Properties and spent more than 20 years as a legal PA at Gowling WLG.

Completing the new recruits is Lili Feng, who has been appointed accounts assistant. Fully qualified to MAAT level, she will have responsibility for service charge reconciliations, purchase invoices and company expenses.

Dominic Goold, managing director at Goold Estates, said that the appointments will bolster the firm’s operational capability and facilitate the further growth of its property portfolio.

He said: “We’re committed to investing in talented local people who will enhance our well established team and are delighted that Lara, Sue and Lili have chosen to develop their careers with us. They join us at an incredibly busy period as we focus on the continued growth of the business through a number of exciting refurbishment, development and acquisition opportunities across the West Midlands.”

CAPTION: (l-r) Sue Hanley, Lili Feng and Lara Angell of Goold Estates.

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