CBRE’s Leeds office has announced a raft of senior promotions across its Rating, Lease Consultancy, Property Management and Project Management teams as the real estate company concludes another successful year of consecutive growth.
Robin Ellis, Ian Dewhirst, Andrew Milton and Gary Allen have been promoted to Senior Director within the Rating, Lease Consultancy, Property Management and Project Management teams respectively, while James Millson has been promoted to Director within the Property Management team.
The promotions round up also includes Alison Wright who has also been promoted to Associate Director in the Valuation team and Dean McNulty has become a Senior Surveyor within the Building Consultancy team.
Over the last 12 months, CBRE’s Leeds office has enjoyed continued success with the Industrial team transacting a total of 7m sq ft of space, the rapid expansion of its Property Management team who currently manage in excess of 1m sq ft of office space across Leeds City Centre and the growth of the CBRE SIPP team who are now the biggest in the region managing more than 2,000 properties across the UK for main clients, James Hay and Standard Life.
Additional highlights for CBRE Leeds this year include the acquisition of the 31,650 sq ft Grade A Paradigm building for Leeds City Council at Thorpe Park, the acquisition of 43 acres off market for PLP at Gateway 45, which will deliver the biggest speculative development scheme ever built in Leeds totalling 850,000 sq ft, and the Leeds Planning team secured the go ahead for the next phase of the major mixed use scheme at Wellington Place in Leeds City Centre.
Richard Sunderland, MD at CBRE Leeds said;
“We are delighted to announce these well-deserved senior promotions across multiple service lines in Leeds following another outstanding year of transactions and acquisitions, which is reflective of the continued hard work, focus and dedication of our growing teams. We look forward to further building on our success as we head towards 2020 and the property market continues to grow and prosper across the North.”