Property Ombudsman has a new Chairman
- January 12, 2016
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Gerry Fitzjohn, The current vice chairman of the board at The Property Ombudsman, has been appointed as the new chairman. He will replace Bill McClintock, who has been on TPO’s board for 13 years, 12 years as chairman.
McClintock, who will continue as a director of The Guild of Professional Estate Agents and Fine & Country has said “When I joined, there were 769 firms with 4,251 offices registered with TPO. Figures now sit at around 14,400 sales offices and 13,500 lettings offices”.
Gerry Fitzjohn started his career as a sales negotiator for Taylors Estate Agents in 1974 and eventually became director of Countrywide Assured PLC and Countrywide PLC where he was the national sales director until 2010.
Part of his role here included being responsible for acquiring estate agents throughout the UK. Fitzjohn joined the TPO board in 2000 and was appointed vice chairman of the TPO board in November 2010.