Richard has been director at Jackson Property since 2007. With over 19 years’ experience in property, Richard is a safe pair of hands with all of your property needs. Day to day, Richard is usually found in the office dealing with property sales or out on the road undergoing valuations.
Other than working with some of the finest rural, equestrian and commercial properties in the country, Richard is also very comfortable in the saddle. He hung up his silks in 2011 after a very successful jockey career; at that time having won the most British Point to Points with 414 winners.
In his spare time, Richard still enjoys being on board, but at a slightly slower pace- teaching his young daughters, Bella and Iris how to ride.
James has been part of the Jackson Team since 2016 and has taken on the challenge of expanding the rural and development aspects of the business including rural residential property and management. James was brought up on a dairy farm in Cheshire and still plays an active part in the family farm. He is now based in the Cheshire Office and has over 19 years’ experience in the property and land industry, being a member of the RICS and a Fellow of the Agricultural Valuers Association. Having trained as a land agent in Chester, he is well placed to advise clients on a wide range of land and property matters. In the seasons, James enjoys days out shooting with his dog Bailey and fishing with friends.
Agent & Lettings Manager
Gillon joined the Jackson team in 2011 and has since had a wide spread of responsibility across all fields within the company. Gillon is now the director and lettings manager, but you will also find him out on the road undergoing valuations. Gillon is well placed to advise on renting, selling and buying equestrian properties, having been brought up around horses from a young age. Gillon is also an active amateur jockey, last year competing for the third time in the Foxhunter’s race at Aintree.
Millie Hinds joined Jackson Property as an apprentice in 2018 and studied part-time at Harper Adams University and on completion gained a 2:1 BSc (Hons) in Rural Enterprise and Land Management. The next goal for Millie is to complete the APC to become a fully qualified Chartered Surveyor.
Within the office, Millie's main focus is rural property management, however she is also often involved in the residential and commercial sales and lettings. Being brought up around horses and being a keen horse rider herself, she is able to understand the wants and needs of someone looking to buy or rent an equestrian property.
Dora Prytherch joined Jackson Property as an apprentice in September 2023 and is studying for her Rural Chartered Surveyor Degree, part-time at Harper Adams university. The apprenticeship is undertaken over five academic years with teaching delivered in weekly blocks, spread across the academic year.
Dora has a horse herself and competes British Eventing regularly. Dora is excited to work with equestrian property and hopes that her equine background will help her to understand client goals.
In her new role, Dora is learning on the job- undertaking all general office duties and shadowing the office on valuations, getting a taste of everything a Chartered Surveyor is required to do.
Accounts and Office Administrator
Bill originally trained as an Auctioneer in Herefordshire in the 1960’s, he has an invaluable wealth of experience to call upon having worked and specialised in Rural Property Agency for over 45 years. Bill has owned and ridden horses for many years.