Ian Wilkie resigns from GLP Taylors

Posted on March 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

GLP Taylors managing director Ian Wilkie has left the business to pursue other interests.

Director Andrew Long said Mr Wilkie would be missed and the role he has played in the development of the company was appreciates.

‘He has decided to move on,’ said Mr Long.

‘With Nigel Newton-Taylor and Adam Lenton heading up our agency and valuations arms respectively we have in place a strong team taking GLP Taylors forward. Our healthy pipeline of work and position as an LNT Group company, which also includes CoolBlue Software and LNT Construction, will facilitate continued success in the future.’

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