Recently employed by LSH and inaugurated into their industrial team within Southampton, Daniel Rawlings is delighted to have already got to grips with the role and launch a number of new instructions to the market.
Daniel “Dan” Rawlings graduated from the University of Reading in 2013 with a BSc in Real Estate. Shortly after graduating he joined the commercial team of Goadsby, based in their Southampton office and more recently operating out of Winchester as part of their Hampshire office.
Dan’s role within Goadsby was that of an agency surveyor, handling the disposal and acquisition of commercial properties across various sectors. This included acting on behalf of a range of clients including pension funds, local landlords, charities, rural estates, developers and investors.
His new role will be that of Industrial Surveyor, specialising within the South Coast’s industrial market. The role will include handling instructions in various locations within Hampshire and Dorset on behalf of clients such as Associated British Ports, Industrial Property Investment Fund, Oceanic Estates and Kier Property.
Dan is also undertaking his APC in order to gain MRICS accreditation.
Newly launched instructions include a site of 0.6 acres to let within Portsmouth Road, Woolston, U15 Chancerygate Business Centre, comprising approximately 3,236 sq ft of modern warehouse and office space, which is available leasehold or Freehold and Part Unit 4W Marchwood Industrial Estate which comprises approximately 4,778 sq ft of warehouse space which is available to let, U1A.2 Marchwood Industrial Estate, a modern industrial unit of 11,780 sq ft with secure yard which is available to let.
Dan Rawlings of LSH comments: ‘I am delighted to be joining LSH and thoroughly look forward to working in the dynamic team alongside experienced colleagues whom I am sure to learn from and continue my professional development. LSH are market leaders, particularly in the industrial sector and I am thrilled to be gaining great exposure in marketing some of the South Coasts biggest speculative developments of recent years’.