Meet the Baileys and Partners Team: Tudur Williams

Tudur joined the team in 2017 as a Graduate from Harper Adams University. Since joining the team, Tudur has gained the Chartered accreditation and is now a fully-fledged Chartered Surveyor as well as a Registered Valuer.

Tudur will never forget the assessment day for RICS accreditation and he was robbed and was caught in a down pour of rain on his way to the assessment. Tudur gave his presentation looking like a drowned rat (his own words!) and still managed to impress the assessors which is an achievement in itself! Tudur tried to salvage his hairstyle using a hand dryer of a well-known fast food chicken shop but it was dead loss!

Tudur has been involved in agriculture and rural matters all his life being brought up on a sheep farm in Snowdonia where he continues to be actively involved. Naturally, Tudur was destined for a career in the rural sector.

Day to day in the office Tudur works alongside Ed providing rural estates consultancy advice and ad hoc management. Tudur also enjoys preparing valuations of rural assets and is currently focusing towards being the expert of the office on the Telecommunications Market. Tudur is also responsible for representing clients on compulsory purchase schemes, including the Caernarfon and Bontnewydd Bypass.

In the evenings and on the weekends, you are very likely to see Tudur swapping the Check Shirt, Chinos and Chelsea Boots for a pair of wellingtons and farm clothes, often with a gun folded over his arm. Tudur is also an avid mole trapper and his services have been used by his colleagues.

Tudur is enterprising in character and in tandem with work and social life, Tudur has a small meat hamper business, supplying local friends and family with free range farm produce from which is something he is exploring to develop further in the future.

Tudur is friendly and approachable and should you have any queries please do pick up the phone on a confidential basis as he would be pleased to speak to you.

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