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Collas Crill appoints Paul Nettleship to Guernsey Head of Property

Collas Crill has appointed Partner Paul Nettleship as Head of Property in its Guernsey office, following Jason Green's decision to step away from the role of head of department to dedicate more time to his clients and their work.

Paul has been at the firm for almost 20 years and became a partner in 2013. Having worked closely with Jason throughout this time, he has been actively involved in the running of the department and an integral member of the senior management team.

Jason Green said: 'I have thoroughly enjoyed building up the department over the past 14 years and leading our exceptional Property team through its many successes. Now I feel it's time for a fresh approach and I am delighted to be handing over to Paul Nettleship who is well known among our clients, intermediaries and contacts and who will lead the team through its next chapter of growth.

'Our commitment to remaining the best property practice in Guernsey continues and we are confident that the transition will be seamless from a client perspective with all existing points of contact remaining the same.'

Paul Nettleship said: 'I welcome this opportunity to build on the successes of the department and very much look forward to the new role. We have built a first-class property practice, which has achieved and maintained 'Top Tier' status in the legal directories for many years now, and which has an excellent reputation. 

'As a firm, we pride ourselves on always moving forward, but exceptional client service is at the core of our ethos. I am excited and proud to be at the helm for this exciting new chapter, and thank Jason for all his hard work and support over the years.'



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