Empowering change for Bromleys as newly appointed team Heads announced

Bromleys are thrilled to announce, on International Women’s Day no less, the appointment of two new Heads of Department.

As part of the continued company progression since joining the MAPD Group, Jessica Hotchin has been promoted to the Head of Property and Anjum Noreen as the Head of Court Protection.

Speaking of her recent promotion, Jessica said: “I’m excited by the opportunity offered by Paul Westwell, our managing partner and Head of Commercial, and the rest of the board at MAPD. I will continue to work with him in the commercial team as closely as I have done, maintaining the excellent service that we provide to all of our clients. My new role will enable me to bring some new ideas to the team.”

As well as Jessica’s promotion, there has also been the addition of Lucy Ridler as a Chartered Legal Executive and Raeesah Dudhwala as a Solicitor to the Property Team.

Jessica added: “The addition of Lucy and Raeesah, added to the extensive experience of the Residential Property team, means that we have a broad knowledge base to draw upon while delivering the comprehensive service that we provide for our clients, whether they are individuals dealing with their homes, their rental investments, or business clients dealing with their commercial premises, warehouses, farms, industrial units or property portfolios or developments.”

Anjum also spoke about her recent promotion, to Head of Court of Protection, as she said: “I am absolutely delighted with myself for earning the promotion, it feels amazing. It’s validation and a recognition of my expertise and hard work.”

“I have learnt a lot about myself and my role within the firm in a very short period of time and I have had great mentors and a supporting family helping me along the way.

“I look forward to leading my team to success. I am sure with my great team that we will be able to continue the success and build upon the great reputation that it already has.”

She added: “I want to learn and collaborate with my peers and key stakeholders working in the Court of Protection field. I bring a skill set, expertise and look forward to adding value, in a clear and concise way.”