Nolan Redshaw appoints non-executive chairman
Chartered surveyors, Nolan Redshaw, has appointed Alan Pateman-Jones as non executive chairman.The experienced business leader will bring a high level corporate strategy to Nolan Redshaw and will be responsible for a strategic overview, tactical guidance, future business development and improving the company’s performance.
Pateman-Jones has enjoyed a rich and varied career in senior roles in corporate and retail banking as well as blue-chip consulting with Ernst & Young, where he was Managing Partner for the financial services business in the UK, Northern Europe, the Middle East, India and Africa.Most recently, Pateman-Jones was Director General of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, headquartered in the UK but with operational responsibility for 23,000 sites in 153 countries across the world. Pateman-Jones also undertakes work in the ‘not-for-profit’ sector, acting as a co-opted Member for Action for Children and as a Trustee for the English Heritage Foundation.
On joining Nolan Redshaw, Pateman-Jones said, “Paul Nolan and Mike Redshaw, with over 50 years’ commercial property experience between them, have created a company that prides itself on deep professional expertise, an entrepreneurial approach and exceptional client service. With a wide, but integrated, range of services and a natural desire to put the client at the centre of everything they do, the wider Nolan Redshaw team is ready to move to the next stage of development. I am delighted to be able to bring my business experience to bear to support the team such an exciting time for the business.”
Paul Nolan, Director and co-founder of Nolan Redshaw, said, “We are delighted that someone with the profile and business acumen of Alan has agreed to join us as Non-Executive Chairman. Having established ourselves, over the last ten years, as leading development consultants in the North West, coupled with our strong agency, investment and professional experience, we believe Alan is the perfect choice to help lead us forward into what we believe will be very stronger market conditions over the next five years.”