We considered Baileys & Partners as part of the team. They played a pivotal part in making our project happen. Care, service and professionalism.
Ed is a Director of Baileys and Partners. Ed is a fluent Welsh speaker, he qualified as a Rural Surveyor in 2003. Ed is an RICS Registered Valuer and Accredited Mediator. Ed has a breadth of professional experience working for a large portfolio of clients. Ed has built his own hydroelectric scheme on his family’s farming estate in Wales and has a wide range of expertise in the area including renewable energy grants in the UK.
Helen is a Director of Baileys and Partners and manages the Practice. Helen studied at Harper Adams University, she then worked in private practice and qualified as a Rural Chartered Surveyor in 2003. Helen and Ed established Baileys and Partners in 2014. Helen lives and breathes farming and land management and maintains a keen interest in her family’s dairy and livestock farm.
Jodie qualified as Rural Chartered Surveyor in 2005, she is an RICS Registered Valuer and Fellow of the Agricultural Valuers Association. Jodie has 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 and is a very keen Welsh language learner.
Thomas is a fluent Welsh speaker and is a qualified Rural Chartered Surveyor. Thomas studied at Harper Adams University and has a breadth of experience working within local authority, rural estate management as well as the utility and infrastructure sector. Thomas is a born and bred farmer and runs his own farming enterprise on Anglesey.
John graduated in mechanical engineering with renewable energy in 2006. He has a wealth of experience in design and build of energy projects, servicing and maintenance of historic systems as well as surveying and engineering appraisals. John designed and built the Bailey family hydroelectric infamous ‘green’ turbine. John is always ready to embrace a new energy challenge.
Amy assists the Baileys and Partners team with administration and marketing. Amy is accredited with being able to make most things work and run smoothly. Amy is a qualified childminder and qualified sports massage therapist. She is a valued member of the local community, coordinating and participating in many social and community events.
Bryn is working with Tom from our offices at M-SParc Science Parc in Gaerwen. Bryn graduated from Bangor University with a degree in geography, he then went on to study Rural Enterprise and Land Management at Harper Adams University. Bryn has a wide range of agricultural experience and interests. When not kept busy by his young family he pursues countryside related volunteer roles.
Kate has recently joined the team, working with Tom and Bryn at the M-Sparc office on Anglesey. She has a wealth of experience in rural estate administration and will be assisting the team generally. Kate has a wide range of interests including caravanning, motorsport and countryside related pursuits.
We provide a tailored professional service by engaging specialists in their fields of expertise from the surveying, engineering, legal and accountancy professions to meet the individual needs of clients with sometimes complex and diverse property requirements. We regard those specialists as being “our Partners” hence the concept of the “Baileys and Partners” brand.
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