Ben Runciman has been appointed head of office at Savills in Bury St Edmunds.He will work closely with George Bramley and Katy Stephenson who have been in Bury since the office opened in 2006.
Ben Runciman has been appointed head of office at Savills in Bury St Edmunds.
He will work closely with George Bramley and Katy Stephenson who have been in Bury since the office opened in 2006.
Mr Runciman, who is originally from Cambridgeshire and currently lives in Freckenham with his wife, four daughters and two dogs, has been with Savills for three years as head of agency for the company's Wapping and Canary Wharf operations.
Before joining Savills, he worked for Hampton's International for eight years where he opened the company's Butlers Wharf office. Before that, Ben was in the army for nine years with The Royal Anglian Regiment, serving in Northern Ireland and Bosnia as well as at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst.
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Mark Oliver, head of residential for Savills in the region, said: “Bury St Edmunds is very much part of our strategic growth and development in the East. In the current climate, knowledge and experience is vital and Ben is the right person to guide the team and clients through the more turbulent times.
“Ben has already been responsible for the growth and expansion of two offices within Savills and we look forward to him providing the same opportunities for Bury St Edmunds in the future. The office already is a strategic link between our Cambridge and Ipswich teams and has become a vital part of our regional network.”
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