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Appointment strengthens our Edwards and Partners' team


Our partner business Edwards and Partners has recently strengthened its team with the appointment of Andrew Bagnell to the role of senior surveyor.  

 

Andrew is a chartered surveyor with over 25 years’ experience dealing with commercial property investments and development sites.

 


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GMB Union broadens its North East presence


Our Teesside office recently acted as agent for the sale of a Stockton-On-Tees office building to the northern arm of one of the UK’s largest trade unions, GMB.
 
Acting on behalf of Fairstone, we were able to secure the sale of the property at Belasis Business Park in Billingham.


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Leeds city centre second highest office take up figures on record


Download Market Update Q4 2015.

 

The last quarter of 2015 saw one of the highest volumes of deals on record for Leeds city centre. Between October – December 2015 city centre take up figures reached 267,187 sq ft across 53 transactions. 


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Rettie & Co expand its business to Newcastle


Recently our Newcastle office helped Rettie & Co Estate Agency expand its business to the North East.

 

The agency - which has offices throughout Scotland, and in Berwick and London - worked closely with Mark Convery and the agency team to successfully secure a unit in Jesmond, Newcastle.

 


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Cartel letting breathes new life into Stockton High Street


Stockton High Street has been given a boost thanks to the opening of a new designer clothing store.

 

Our Teesside office acted as agents for the property’s landlord and we managed to secure a 10 year lease to owners Jason Wilton and Gary McCarten. The store, Cartel, opened in September. 


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Abandoned homes in Bishop Auckland modernised


We recently acted for a London-based investment company on the refurbishment of five derelict homes in Bishop Auckland, County Durham.

 

The large four-bedroom brick-built detached homes in Dene Valley View, Gurney Valley had fallen into a state of disrepair before being bought at auction last autumn by London and City Group, a real estate investment company based in the capital.


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