Legal & General Surveying Services has announced the promotion of Trudy Woolf to sustainability director.
The newly-created key role will sit within the Surveying Services’ executive team and support the various initiatives across L&G distribution.
Woolf will be responsible for the management and development of Legal & General Surveying Services’ sustainability offerings, technical advice and risk functions, including leading its specialist high level client and industry technical relationships.
She will retain her responsibility for the professional services team, continuing to deliver technical support and risk partnership with lender clients.
Woolf has more than 20 years’ experience in the residential valuation, survey and mortgage markets working with lenders and surveyors. Her career has seen her progress from working as a field surveyor, to a technical manager at the Lloyds Banking Group and most recently as head of professional services within Legal & General. She is a RICS Fellow (FRICS) and a technical specialist in the industry specialising in new build, climate change and sustainability.
Woolf said: “I’m excited to be starting this new chapter in my career and look forward to supporting the Surveying Services team in expanding and developing our sustainability offering. This is an interesting time in sustainable development and surveyors have a significant role to play in greening the housing sector – one which I look forward to playing a proactive role in.”
Kevin Webb, managing director of Legal & General Surveying Services, added: “At Legal & General, we’re committed to developing our sustainability offering and Trudy’s promotion is timely in our sustainability journey.
“Sustainability remains high on mortgage lenders’ agendas and is becoming ever more important to people across the country.”