BTF’s Mark achieves RICS Chartered status
Mark Henty MRICS
Mark Henty from BTF Partnership’s Heathfield office has successfully passed the RICS Assessment of Professional Competence, to become a qualified Chartered Surveyor.
Mark graduated from the University of Reading in 2013 where he gained a first-class degree in Agriculture and subsequently worked as an agricultural loss adjuster with a national firm before returning to Reading to complete an MSc in Rural Land Business Management. Mark joined BTF Partnership in 2015 and has worked hard to complete his training whilst working full time with rural clients across Kent and East Sussex, from BTF’s Heathfield Office, working closely with BTF Directors Anthony Field and Colin Hall.
Mark has been involved in farming from a young age and comments: “I am delighted to have passed my training and qualify as a Chartered Surveyor. The rural sector provides a diverse range of clients to work with and I enjoy the variety. No day is ever the same and our clients are facing many significant challenges, with issues such as the uncertain future of agricultural subsidies and access to seasonal workers. There are however opportunities for diversification, ways to expand production and embrace new technology.”
Anthony Field at BTF Partnership comments: “We would like to congratulate Mark for achieving Chartered Surveyor status, this is well deserved given that during his training he has also been working full time to support our clients.”