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Roddy Bushell’s Replacement Announced

Fitzwilliam Malton Estate is pleased to announce the appointment of Helen Barry who will take over the management of the Malton Estate following the retirement of Roddy Bushell. Mr Bushell retired on Friday 28th September 2018 after 21 years in the role as Estate Manager.

Helen Barry has been with Savills in their Oxford office for nine years and prior to that with Cluttons and brings with her a wide range of experience in commercial property management. She takes up the role in mid-November.

Retirement Announcement: Roddy Bushell, Estate Manager for 21 years.

Tom Naylor-Leyland, on behalf of Fitzwilliam Malton Estate, said “Roddy Bushell will be greatly missed having led the management team through a period of considerable transition and overseeing the highly successful initiative to establish Malton’s reputation as the Food Capital of Yorkshire. This has included the establishment of the Malton Community Interest Company, now trading as Visit Malton and the complete renovation and relaunch of The Talbot Hotel. Perhaps most satisfying is to see the establishment of a considerable number of successful food and drink producer/retailers in restored historic buildings. He should rightly feel proud of all that he has achieved and I would like to thank him most sincerely for his very significant contribution to the town and the Estate.”

Roddy Bushell said “the town is very different in many ways now from how it was in 1997 when I first moved here. It has been a fascinating and inspiring journey playing a part in Malton’s lively response to the challenges of 21st Century. Nevertheless, there is much still to do and I wish Helen every success in her new role.”

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Notes to Editors

1. Fitzwilliam Malton Estate owns and manages a substantial portfolio of property in Malton. The estate was purchased as an investment in 1713 by forebears of the Naylor-Leyland family.

2. The Estate’s investment in Malton is aimed at helping the town centre compete in the 21st century. There have been numerous refurbishments and extensions of retail units and business premises. The most striking has been a £4m investment in the refurbishment of the Talbot Hotel which now provides high quality accommodation for Malton and the surrounding area.

3. Fitzwilliam Malton Estate provides property for businesses that have created 630 jobs and residential properties that are homes for 300 people.


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