We are a Chartered Surveyors Practice based in Snowdonia, North Wales that specialises in Energy, Leisure and Rural Estate Management and Professional work.
Our practice is regulated by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and we have a registered Valuer and accredited Mediator in house. We are also company members of the British Hydropower Association.
Ed is a fluent Welsh speaker with over 15 years of professional experience in both local and national markets, and is a registered valuer and mediator with the RICS. Ed has built his own hydroelectric scheme on his family’s farming estate in Wales.
Helen has over 15 years professional experience and heads up the utilities services within the practice. Helen lives and breathes farming and land management and maintains a keen interest in the families dairy and livestock farm. When not working, Helen enjoys family time, walking and bike riding.
Gwion having grown up on the family farm in Dyffryn Ardudwy moved away to start his career as a design engineer. More recently however he has returned to the area with his young family and now runs a successful holiday letting agency.
John graduated in mechanical engineering with renewable energy in 2006. He has experience in design and build of new projects, servicing and maintenance of historic systems as well as surveying and engineering appraisals.
Jodie has been a qualified rural surveyor for over ten years with a breadth of the experience working for national conservation charities, the community sector and a large traditional estate. Jodie has been working in Wales since 2013.
Amy assists Baileys and Partners in all aspects of professional and property agency work. She has spent the last 10 years in the childcare industry, running her own business for the last 3 years. Amy is a valued member of the local community, coordinating and participating in many social and community events.
Tudur from Deiniolen is a fluent Welsh speaker and has completed his studies at Harper Adams University studying BSc (Hons) degree in Rural Enterprise and Land Management. He is working towards his professional exams to become a member of both the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers. Tudur also takes an active role in the running of the family’s farm.