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Forging ahead in the Teesside market

Marketing / 12 Apr, 19

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Market leading property consultancy and chartered surveyors Sanderson Weatherall have been named the North-East’s busiest office agency team as it looks ahead to another strong year.

Sanderson Weatherall was handed the recognition at the 2018 EG Real Estate Awards. Now the firm has appointed two new key members to its Teesside team, based in Stockton, to cope with rising demand in the positive Tees market.

Commercial property agent Chris Dent joined Sanderson Weatherall last year, bringing with him over five years’ experience working in the North East property market.

Tom Hall has now been drafted down from the firm’s Tyneside office to help deal with the Teesside valuation and agency workload, whilst working towards his RICS accreditation. Hall qualified from Northumbria University with a Masters in real estate and already has almost two years’ experience in the industry, while Emma Williams has also been brought in as a chartered surveyor to work in the valuation department.

Tom told Tees Business: “I’m thrilled to join the Teesside team and looking forward to building on the work David Fairley and Matthew Clarke have done in cementing Sanderson Weatherall’s position in the region.”

Chris, now an associate partner, said: “We’re delighted to have Tom and Emma on board to strengthen our team and enable us to manage our growing workload. The Teesside market is thriving and there’s a lot going on now. We’re at the forefront of that, in terms of real estate developments, and if the buoyant commercial property sector is anything to go by then we’re genuinely excited for the future of the Tees Valley.”

Sanderson Weatherall was last year appointed by Merchant Anglo, the company which brought Hitachi Rail Europe to the region, to market the exciting new 25-acre Station Park development on Aycliffe Business Park. Situated adjacent to Hitachi’s £82m train assembling factory in Aycliffe, Station Place at Merchant Park will provide much need new high spec industrial units from 5,000 sq ft.

Chris said: “Station Place represents a new chapter in the evolution of industrial space in Newton Aycliffe, which we are excited to be a part of.”

Our Stockton office works with property occupiers, owners and investors throughout the Tees Valley and by offering multiple services under one roof are the only one stop property shop working within Teesside.

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