Trowers & Hamlins partner Fiona Thomson to head up Birmingham real estate team


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International law firm Trowers & Hamlins' partner Fiona Thomson is appointed as the firm's new head of real estate for Birmingham, with effect from 1st April 2020.

Fiona joined the firm in October 2019 with over 26 years of experience across a broad range of commercial real estate in both the public and private sectors.

She is well known for her work with a wide variety of businesses across the region and will also play a vital role in the firm's ongoing City Prosperity campaign which focusses on how we create the towns and cities of the future as well as examine real estate’s role in providing the platform for society to thrive. The up and coming event in Birmingham forms part of a series of events called ‘City Exchanges’, where we are bringing together leaders across communities and businesses based in and around the West Midlands.

Sara Bailey, Trowers' head of real estate, said:

"As a global leading real estate firm, we are passionate about positively influencing the built environment in Birmingham,nationally and on a global scale. We are currently working on a number of significant regional projects which will have a really positive impact on the areas we live and work in and I am confident that this gives us a really strong platform to further develop new and innovative ways to advise our clients.

"Fiona's leadership will help enhance us to engage with the market, to provoke thought and offer our client offering and her extensive experience and specialist knowledge lends valuable additional capacity to our existing national team."

Fiona said:

"I am looking forward to taking on a strategic role in working with our real estate team in Birmingham and I am really excited to continue to expand both our public and private sector work. I'm delighted to have the opportunity to contribute to our growth and future success."

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