Winckworth Sherwood announces appointment of first apprentices
Winckworth Sherwood has appointed its first apprentices, introduced to the firm through its client the London Borough of Wandsworth.
Steve Andrade is a business support apprentice in the firm’s planning team and is pursuing an NVQ level three in business administration.
Georgina Koranchie has joined the firm’s education team and is providing general administrative support while studying for an NVQ in business administration.
Jake Gammell-Lawrence is part of the IT team and mixes his duties with studying by on-the-job training to achieve his ITQ.
Winckworth Sherwood provides the London Borough of Wandsworth with planning law advice on the regeneration of the Vauxhall and North East Battersea Opportunity Area, which includes Battersea Power Station, Market Towers and the redevelopment of New Covent Garden Market.
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