Three new shareholders announced at property firm Sanderson Weatherall

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Martin Archer, Sanderson Weatherall Finance Director

Commercial property consultancy Sanderson Weatherall has appointed three new shareholding partners.

Christian Humphreys, Matthew Lawrence and Mark Sheridan have become shareholders of the independently owned property firm, bringing its total number of shareholders to 28.

Christian Humphreys, head of asset based lending at Sanderson Weatherall, joined the firm in 2011 to establish the firm’s national ABL valuation and advisory department. Christian specialises in providing detailed asset valuations, surveys and portfolio management to asset based lenders, corporate financiers and equity providers.

Matthew Lawrence, head of property management, has been at Sanderson Weatherall for 15 years. Matthew manages a team of over 30 management consultants, facilities managers and account administrators. He is responsible for a number of the firm’s high profile property management clients, including management of Magnet, Mapeley and Canada Life’s national portfolios.

Mark Sheridan, head of Sanderson Weatherall’s Bristol office, joined the firm’s valuation team as a graduate in 2006. Now running both the office and valuation team at the firm’s Bristol office, he specialises in property valuations, predominantly for loan security purposes, on commercial and residential properties in the South West.

Commenting on the appointments, Martin Archer, finance director at Sanderson Weatherall said, “I am delighted to welcome Christian, Matthew and Mark on board as shareholders of the firm. Their contribution to the firm’s success to date has been substantial, and I have no doubt they will continue to be key influencers of our future business strategy and growth as a national property firm.”

Sanderson Weatherall employs over 200 staff and has a turnover of £15m. The firm of Chartered Surveyors, property consultants and business asset advisors has offices in Birmingham, Bristol, Exeter, Leeds, London, Manchester, Newcastle, Teesside and York.