Property consultancy Knight Frank has promoted five agents within its Birmingham commercial team.
Jon Ryan-Gill and Jonathan Devaney have been promoted to partner and Andrew Hawkins, Indi Sidhu and Ben Wisher have stepped up to associate level.
Mr Ryan-Gill has extensive experience within the Midlands industrial, logistics and development market, having represented institutional and private landlords, developers and occupiers, while Mr Devaney has formed an integral part of the Knight Frank capital markets team for six years.
Indi Sidhu is a commercial valuer, focusing on loan security and portfolio valuations for institutional clients while Andrew Hawkins is an agent within the building consultancy team, undertaking all aspects of the service line role on behalf of both landlords and occupiers.
Making up the quintet is Ben Wisher who works within the office agency team and has been involved in a number of acquisition and disposal instructions in Birmingham and the wider Midlands area.
Head of office Ashley Hudson said: "We are delighted to announce the promotions and I believe the success of our people illustrates our ability to recruit and retain the very best talent in the industry.
"The Birmingham office is continuing to be fortunate enough to be involved in some of the most high profile transactions in the Birmingham and Midlands market and we feel we are extremely well placed to advise our clients in this improving market."