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New Face, Familiar Name, Joins Executive Board

25th January 2017

Lindum is pleased to announce that Freddie Chambers has been appointed as a member of the Company’s Executive Board. 

Freddie officially joined Lindum in 2012 as Business Development Manager but his lifelong association with the Company means ‘Lindum is in his blood’ - his grandfather, John F Chambers started the Company in 1956 and his father David Chambers has been Chairman since 1991 so he has grown up with the business.

As a qualified Chartered Surveyor, Freddie started his career working for Asset Management companies in London where he was responsible for looking after multi let retail, office, residential and industrial properties throughout the UK.

Since joining Lindum in 2012 he has used his experience to further develop client relationships, concentrating on construction and representing the Group’s wider interests in the Peterborough and Lincolnshire areas.

Freddie said “I am delighted to be part of the team and look forward to contributing to the success of the company going forward."

Photo above shows (left to right) Freddie Chambers with his father David Chambers and brother Edward Chambers who are all employed within Lindum Group.  

 

 

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