Growing property advisor finds new Bristol offices

Property advisor Knight Frank has moved its commercial property operation into new offices in Clifton, Bristol as part of its on-going expansion in the city.

The firm has moved to Tyndall House at 17 Whiteladies Road in Clifton, where it has taken a new lease from landlord Deeley Freed.

Head of Office Steve Oades said: “We have been looking for new offices for some time and we knew Tyndall House would be perfect from the start. It’s a high profile building that gives us room to expand and is in a location close to many of our clients”.

“Our business continues to grow which is no mean feat in the current climate. This is down to the quality of the advice we provide and the way we look after our clients.

“In the past few months we have added property asset management and residential development consultancy services to the services we provide directly from Bristol.”

Last year Knight Frank LLP increased turnover by 8% to £333.9m and booked a pre-tax profit of over £95m.

To launch the new offices the firm invited clients and other property agents to a drinks party at the premises.

Knight Frank LLP is one of the world’s largest independent global property consultancies. It first moved into Bristol in 2004 and has grown rapidly to provide a multi-disciplinary offer in the South West, including office and industrial agency, development, investment, professional, and building surveying. The 15-strong office includes six partners, all of whom have between 10 and 20 years’ experience of the local market.

The Bristol commercial property office works for many of the region’s leading organisations. On the public sector side Knight Frank acts for Plymouth, Torbay and North Somerset Councils, while its Investment and Valuation teams count PRUPIM, L&G, British Land, Land Securities and all the main clearing banks amongst their clients. The industrial team has over 1200 acres of land in the region available on its books, while the office agency team advises on three of the largest development sites in Bristol – Wapping Wharf, Finzels Reach and Glassfields.