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Nothing unlucky about Alder King’s 13th consecutive win

PUBLISHED: 15:39 04 March 2014 | UPDATED: 15:41 04 March 2014

Adrian Rowley

Adrian Rowley

Freia Turland

Property consultancy Alder King has won the title of Most Active Agent in the South West from leading property publication Estates Gazette for the 13th year in succession. The firm won the award for the number of deals completed in 2013 in a competition which attracted a record-breaking level of entries.

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Once again, it was Alder King’s dominance in the offices and industrial markets, supported by strong performances in the retail and investment sectors, which helped it secure the Most Active Agent title for another year.

Adrian Rowley, partner at Alder King, commented: “We are absolutely delighted that our consistently high performance across the board has delivered us this award for a 13th time.

“While the volume of deals we’ve concluded is important, we’re also proud that we were instrumental in securing some of the largest and high profile transactions of the past year. This includes the sale of the 25,000 sq ft Building 4 Carter Court at Waterwells Business Park, the letting of the 7,000 sq ft Building 1250 Lansdowne Court on Gloucester Business Park as well as some 75,000 sq of industrial pre-lets at Quedgeley West on behalf of St Modwen. “Prospects for the year ahead look increasingly positive, with occupier confidence on the increase and speculative new builds and refurbishments underway across the region. We look forward to building further on our market-leading position.”

Alder King LLP is a leading multi-discipline property consultancy, and 12 times winner of the Estates Gazette ‘Most Active Agent’ award. Established in 1911 and employing around 150 people, the business is one of the largest provincially-based property consultancies operating in the United Kingdom and has representation across seven regional offices – Bristol, Cardiff, Exeter, Gloucester, Swindon, Taunton and Truro. As market leaders in the South West working in both the public and private sector, Alder King is owned and managed by 42 partners and offers unrivalled market knowledge in all areas of commercial property ranging from:

Agency – offices, industrial, retail and leisure and investment

Professional Services – rating consultancy, rent reviews and lease renewals, expert witness, compensation and valuation

Development – commercial and residential land agency and consultancy, strategic and speculative development

Planning Consultancy – appraisals and strategy advice, planning applications, appeals, representations and consultation

Asset Recovery - including banking support, compulsory purchase and compensation.

Building Consultancy Services – dilapidations and building inspections, project management and monitoring, Management Services – property management, facilities management, PFI/PPP consultancy

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