Emma Smith, Rural Chartered Surveyor, has joined youngsRPS Sedgefield Team

youngsRPS, a leading name in rural property and land management services, is delighted to announce the latest addition to its already successful rural team.

Emma Smith, has joined the Sedgefield office, bringing a wealth of expertise and experience to further bolster the firm’s renowned rural services.

Emma has a proven track record in rural surveying and land management, with eight years of experience in the field. Her knowledge and skills are set to be a valuable asset to youngsRPS and their clients in the Sedgefield area.

With a strong background in general land agency work, including current DEFRA grant and subsidy schemes, valuations of rural properties, sales of land and rural properties, agricultural tenancies, and land management, Emma is well-equipped to provide tailored solutions to meet the unique needs of clients, ranging from landowners and farmers to businesses and individuals with rural property interests.


The addition of Emma to the Sedgefield team further reinforces youngsRPS’ commitment to delivering top-tier services in rural property management and land consultancy. youngsRPS is proud to have already established itself as a trusted name in the industry, providing clients with comprehensive support in all aspects of rural property management, including estate and land management, valuations, development, and more.

Speaking about the new addition, Graeme Bruce, Managing Director of youngsRPS, said, “We are delighted to welcome Emma to our team. Her expertise and dedication to rural surveying align perfectly with our values of delivering exceptional service to our clients. We believe her contribution will enhance our capabilities and help us continue to provide the highest level of service in the region.”

Emma is excited to be part of the youngsRPS team and is looking forward to contributing to the firm’s growth and success. She said, “I am delighted to have joined the team back in my local area of the North East. I am looking forward to working with both existing and new clients in the area and continuing to provide the full range of services offered by youngsRPS.”

The appointment of Emma is a testament to youngsRPS’ commitment to expanding its talented workforce to better serve the rural community in Sedgefield and the surrounding areas and follows the implementation of a successful growth strategy, which saw the appointment of Chris Arundel and Lily Watkinson who have both paved the way for Emma to step into her role.