France + Associates announces the appointment of Gary Goodwin to strengthen the firm’s services in Wales and the South of England

(L-R - Jonathan France and Gary Goodwin)

France + Associates is pleased to announce the appointment of Gary Goodwin as a chartered building surveyor. Gary will join the team to expand services provided to law firms in the South of England and Wales.

With many years of experience as an expert witness and surveyor in various areas such as party wall awards, dilapidations, contract administration, building defects, and building condition surveys, Gary brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the team. He has also managed builds ranging from £25k to £4million and worked with investment funds such as Henderson, Mansford LLP, and Bouwfonds, often involving multi-million-pound acquisitions and large-scale refurbishment works.

Jonathan France, Managing Director of France + Associates, says, “We are thrilled to welcome Gary to our team. His extensive experience and knowledge will be invaluable to us and to our clients. With Gary’s appointment, we are well positioned to continue our ambitious growth plans and to provide excellent services to our clients in the South of England and Wales.”

Gary previously worked alongside Jonathan and Amy Hines for a number of years as a chartered building surveyor for a multidisciplinary surveying practice in the North of England. He also acted for a range of clients such as the Royal Bank of Scotland, The AA, Welsh Government, Ministry of Justice, South Wales Police, Wessex Reserve Forces, TUI UK Retail, DEFRA, Coastal Housing Group, Newport City Homes, and Valleys to Coast Housing.
Gary is an active member of the RICS in Wales and regularly sits on mock interview panels for candidates preparing to become chartered surveyors.

With the addition of Gary to the team, France + Associates continues to demonstrate its commitment to providing exceptional architectural services to its clients.

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