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Seventh generation surveyor: Meet Stephensons newest recruit
In its 150th anniversary year, Johnny Cordingley becomes the seventh generation of his family to join Stephensons Rural, one of Yorkshire’s leading rural land and property specialists founded by Jacob Stephenson in 1871.
Yorkshire-born Johnny joins the business after 7 years at a national firm of chartered surveyors in Leicestershire, where he worked his way up to senior associate.
Johnny is a fully qualified Chartered Surveyor and RICS Valuer, having studied Real Estate at Reading University. At 28 years old, his experience spans a variety of rural work including estate management, valuations, land sales, renewables, landlord and tenant matters, and finance applications.
A keen sportsman, Johnny strengthens the Stephensons Rural team based at York Auction Centre, Murton.
Johnny said: “It’s great to be back in Yorkshire, joining the highly qualified and experienced team here at Stephensons Rural. It’s a brilliant opportunity and I can’t wait to get started.”
Rod Cordingley, Partner at Stephensons Rural, said: “We’re very proud of our heritage, and we’re also committed to working with aspiring young surveyors. Johnny is the seventh generation of the family to join us, strengthening the outstanding team we have at Stephensons Rural.”
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