Superb news from Local Chartered Surveyor and Chartered Town Planner, Eleni Randle (W 04-06) who has won Young Surveyor of the Year Awards 2019 in the Land (Urban and Rural) category. The awards, run by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) are designed to recognise outstanding inspiring talent, set to be the future leaders in the profession.
The judges summarised her as: “The youngest and first female equity partner within her previous firm in its 120-year history, at the age of 28 years old. After serving as a partner for three years she then went on to establish her own company at the age of 31. In January 2019 Eleni became one of the youngest Fellows of the RICS. Her qualifications don’t stop there, she is also a Fellow of the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers, a registered Valuer and a Chartered Town Planner. This dedication to obtaining an extensive knowledge of sectors demonstrates motivation, but it has also been of great benefit and enables her to champion the professional working on varying projects. Eleni has been a mentor for several years and has seen those she has accepted for work experience, continue to university and progress on to passing the APC; providing on-going advice at each stage. An extremely strong champion within the profession, pushing boundaries to achieve objectives.”
Eleni said: “Being shortlisted itself was a very pleasant surprise given that the standards of previous finalists has been notably high. To win my category at the Young Surveyor of the Year Awards was a complete shock and walking up on stage in front of over 400 people, with my name and picture on the big screens, is not something I will forget for a very long time! I’m pleased my hard work and dedication has been recognised by a leading professional body and look forward to progressing my career and business even further”.