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New Appointment At Wright Marshall

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Wright Marshall are pleased to announce the appointment of Dominic Toft as Senior Rural Surveyor, based at their Chelford Office.

Dominic is a qualified Chartered Surveyor with over 30 years experience in a wide range of rural property matters. He has spent his recent years working for National Grid, where he specialised in negotiating and overseeing easements, wayleaves and land rights for major new grid connections across the North West and North Wales.

Prior to that he worked for two well know surveying and auctioneering firms in the Cheshire area, (including Frank Marshall). He looks forward to advising landowners and farmer clients of the recently merged firm of Wright Marshall. He has lived with his family in Congleton since 1988 and enjoys cycling, gardening and dancing.

Peter Lewis Director of Wright Marshall's Agricultural Professional Department comments that the appointment of Dominic further strengthens the expertise and skill base of the Agricultural Professional Department across Wright Marshall, and we are extremely pleased to have secured a well respected and experienced Surveyor who can further expand the department.

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