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Cundall’s Planning Consultant Samantha Curtis has been shortlisted for the first ever RICS Matrics Young Surveyor of the Year Awards.

Samantha, who joined Cundall as a graduate in 2013, was nominated by Director of Planning, Ian Cansfield, in the Planner/Developer category. Ian said, “Samantha joined us in June 2013 and made an instant impression within Cundall’s planning team and across the wider practice. She has played an invaluable role on a number of exciting projects, including “The Sill: The National landscape Discovery Centre in Northumberland National Park” and assisting with a number of housing and regeneration projects in and around the North East of England. We were thrilled when we heard Samantha had been shortlisted.

Samantha is one of only three people from the North East who have been shortlisted for the RICS Matrics Young Surveyor of the Year Awards in any of the 12 categories. The awards are judged against key criteria such as client satisfaction, exceptional achievement, team player/collaboration, innovation and ambassador to the profession. Samantha will be competing against four other young candidates in the Planner/Developer category.

The results will be revealed on Friday14 November at the awards ceremony in London hosted by Ed Byrne. The winner of each of the categories will compete against each other for the overall “Young Surveyor of the Year” awards.

Samantha says, “’I am delighted to have been shortlisted for the Young Surveyor of the Year Awards in the Planning and Development Category. I am up against many talented people from across the nation in both my category and overall so I feel honoured to have got this far.”



10 Nov 2014

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