Victoria Douglas, Mike Sheldon, Sally Robinson, William Kinread, Jo Coupe
Victoria Douglas,Mike Sheldon, Sally Robinson, William Kinread, Jo Coupe

Raworths Residential team welcome a new addition to the team

in Business/Harrogate

Raworths have welcomed a key new addition.  Sally Robinson joins Raworths from another Yorkshire based firm to lead the residential property team.

Sally has over 25 years’ experience acting for a wide range of clients and dealing with varied and often complex property advice.  With her impressive track record Sally will offer invaluable knowledge and insight for property clients, both sales and purchase.

With the property sector in Yorkshire showing no signs of slowing Raworths have responded by strengthening the residential property team.  With Mike Sheldon and the team, Sally Robinson will steer a client led, well‑rounded service from the straight forward conveyancing transaction to the complex or high value transaction where specialist property advice is required.


Sally said:

I am really excited to be joining Raworths. It is a firm which has an excellent reputation within the property sector and an enthusiasm about maintaining it. I wanted to join the team as Raworths has a genuine focus on delivering a top quality service to its clients. I am passionate about working in partnership with my clients to achieve the results they want, an approach that is supported and encouraged at Raworths.

I am looking forward to working with my new colleagues in the property team here in is my home town and I am delighted to come back to a place that means so much to me, and work with a firm so entrenched in serving its community.



Zoe Robinson, Managing Partner at Raworths, said:

We are delighted to welcome Sally to the Raworths Property team. With her, Sally brings a wealth of experience and perspective that gives strength and depth to our residential property advice in North Yorkshire.


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