Aspiring surveyor Tomos returns to Robson & Liddle
Robson & Liddle has welcomed back one of its former student surveyors, this time with a permanent position.
Jessica becomes our latest student surveyor
Robson & Liddle has recruited Jessica Heywood as its latest student surveyor. Jessica will be assist the team in its work with farmers and landowners across the North of England and Southern Scotland.
Dissolving a farming partnership – Getting the right valuation
There are many instances that may lead to the need to dissolve a farming partnership. John Robson looks at the key issues and resulting consideration of valuing the business and its assets.
Kate is latest recruit for Penrith chartered surveyors
Kate Spottiswood has joined Robson & Liddle as its latest student surveyor, becoming the firm's second recruit in two months.
Farmer’s daughter Ann joins Penrith surveyors
Robson & Liddle is delighted to welcome Ann Tyson to the team. Ann has been appointed as a PA to directors John Robson and Julie Liddle.
In the spotlight: James Pyrah
Our trainee surveyor James Pyrah sheds more light on life at Robson & Liddle, his studies at Harper Adams University, and what it takes to break into the industry.
Tomos’s career gets a head start
Tomos, originally from Denbighshire in North Wales, will spend a year with the firm before returning to Harper Adams University in Shropshire to complete a BSc degree in Rural Enterprise and Land Management.
James is ‘just the job’ for Robson & Liddle
A graduate from Penrith is on the path to a career in land and estate management after securing employment with Robson & Liddle.
Summer Budget 2015: Top 3 things farmers and landowners should know
George Osborne’s summer budget on July 8 included measures likely to have some impact on farmers and landowners, some positive and some negative.
Robson & Liddle opens its doors
A Penrith firm of chartered surveyors and valuers that was established just three months ago has already created 10 jobs.