Hewetson and Johnson has been established to serve owners and occupiers of rural land and property in the north of England.

We have both practised as Rural Chartered Surveyors since qualifying in 2001 after our training with national firms.
We aim to provide an efficient and cost effective service with a strong emphasis on understanding our clients’ aspirations for their property and will work closely with them and their other professional advisors.

We Feel that two Eds are better than one; Please give us a call

Ed Hewetson
Ed HewetsonDirector
Having been born in Cumbria and brought up in North Yorkshire, it gives me real excitement to develop close working relationships with those who share a passion for this beautiful part of the country.
I have worked in Northumberland, Norfolk and latterly in North Yorkshire providing advice to a range of private clients. I have specialised in providing strategic assessments of clients requirements, including a strong background in advising on succession planning on the family estate, valuations and tax planning.
I am married and have two young boys to keep me grounded. When not working or being with the family, I try to enjoy playing golf, cooking and shooting.
Edward Johnson
Edward JohnsonDirector
I was born and brought up in Yorkshire but have strong family roots in north Lancashire so count myself as having a foot in both camps! I started my professional life based in South Cumbria, covering the Pennines and Lake District working for a variety of private clients. Up until starting Hewetson & Johnson, I was employed as the Assistant Factor on the Roxburghe Estates, a large estate in the Scottish Borders. I have experience in the day to day management of the whole range of property types and trading businesses to be found on a diverse rural estate as well as having a sound understanding of the management structures and procedures required to promote efficient estate management.
Mark Ludiman
Mark LudimanDirector
I was brought up in rural North Yorkshire some 5 miles from the H&J Coxwold Office and having studied at Harper Adams and worked for the then Game Conservancy I studied for the MSc in Rural Estate Management at Cirencester before returning to North Yorkshire to work for a local practice in Boroughbridge in 2000. Having worked for two national firms in Harrogate and Northallerton since 2003 the excitement of joining a new start up was too tempting and I joined H&J in April 2017. Throughout my career my work has mostly been Estate Management for a range of private and public sector clients however I have also been involved with compulsory purchase schemes on roads and railways and valuation work on a range of asset classes for tax planning and secured lending.

Outside of work my time is split between a young family, cycling and fishing.