New lettings head at Knight Frank South Kensington
Mark Batty has moved over to lead the team at the branch on Old Brompton Rd, 12 years after joining the firm from Hamptons International
The agency is looking to build its brand and market share across SE1
Holly Harris has joined the firm’s project & building consultancy team from The Goldsmith Partnership
Arya Salari steps up to run the lettings team at the high-profile branch, as Tom Smith moves over to focus on the super-prime offering.
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