By Richard Hook2018-07-03T11:16:00
The managing partner of Argent, David Partridge, has been appointed as the next junior vice president of the British Property Federation – meaning that he will become its president in two years’ time.
Current vice president Rob Noel, the chief executive of Landsec, takes over the role of president today. He is succeeding Oxford Properties’ Paul Brundage.
Speaking about his appointment, Noel said: “I am honoured to take on the role of BPF President, and my focus over the next year will be twofold: to ensure we continue driving forward the debate to create a more diverse and inclusive real estate industry; and to reinforce our industry’s status as a responsible and vital sector of the UK’s economy. Through the physical environments we create, we facilitate the economy and society at large to thrive.
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