Leading chartered surveyor and property consultancy Sanderson Weatherall is now offering its clients an enhanced, nationwide lease consultancy service thanks to its expanding office network across the UK.
The Lease Consultancy division deals with rent reviews, lease renewals and lease re-gears on all types of commercial property throughout the UK and is managed by Leeds-based head of lease consultancy, David Rastrick, supported by partners Fiona Rowland and Stephen Jefferies. In Manchester the team is led by Kim Murray, with Aidan King in Birmingham, Andrew Udall in London, Anthony Turner in Bristol and Shona Baxter in the Newcastle.
Commenting on the expanded lease consultancy service, David Rastrick said: “Our ability to offer our dedicated lease consultancy service across our expanding office network is a real advantage to our clients. We have a very experienced close-knit team which works very well together and our aim is to offer the same high quality of service to clients wherever they may be geographically.”
The firm is already reaping the benefits of the expanded team, with nationwide clients such as Speedloan Finance appointing Sanderson Weatherall to oversee its entire UK property portfolio.
David added: “The instruction by Speedloan Finance to review and restructure its Albermarle & Bond and Herbert Brown leasehold portfolio is a good example of collaboration between our regional offices and the lease consultancy teams working closely to offer a nationwide service. We were able to deliver on a brief that covered 130 properties across the UK with great success and with the newly expanded office network in place we look forward to continuing to grow this offer.”
Sanderson Weatherall employs over 200 people, has a turnover of £15m and operates nationwide from offices in Newcastle, Teesside, York, Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham, London, Bristol and Exeter.
The firm provides a complete range of property, machinery and business asset services across retail, residential, offices, industrial, leisure, roadside, healthcare, public sector and third sector.