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Employee spotlight, Niall Carey

In this Q&A, we’re finding out more about Niall Carey, our Wayleave Officer. Discover more about him – including what his role entails and the most satisfying moment of his time at Trenches so far…

Every person in the Trenches Law family is important to us, which is why we’ve decided to introduce you to a different member of the team each month – so you can learn more about them.

Summarise your role in one paragraph

As a Wayleave Officer, I’m responsible for contacting and negotiating with various types of freeholders – from individuals to large managing agents – to agree proposed fibre installations in private roads and multi-dwelling units, as well as liaising with our clients to ensure that their needs are met.

What is your favourite part of your position at Trenches Law?

I love working with every single person in the Trenches Law team – I’m lucky to have such great colleagues.

Which one word do you think your colleagues would use to describe you?

Attentive.

What word do you think best describes Trenches Law?

Growth.

What’s been the most satisfying moment of your Trenches Law career so far?

Closing a wayleave agreement with a managing agent, which allowed our client to progress its build plans across a large area to bring ultrafast broadband to local residents and businesses. This means that the client can now enjoy a faster, more reliable, and greener network. Current research also shows that good connectivity adds value to properties in the local area.

If one of your colleagues could win an award (industry or office-related) who would it be and why?

I’d like to nominate Carole for providing great on-site support to our clients every single day.

What are your hopes for Trenches Law in the coming year?

Building relationships with new clients and honing our processes to ensure even greater success.

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