Operating out of its new offices on Newport Road, the 12-strong team has built an enviable reputation across Wales enjoying notable increases in commercial and rural valuations, compensation, building consultancy and land development work.
Headed by Partner and Mike Rees, the team’s experience, which includes the former BNP Paribas Real Estate Team of associates Nick Worman, Caroline Jones and Lisa Roberts together with team administrator Melanie Aust, has proved invaluable during a time of unprecedented economic growth across Cardiff and South Wales
The highly regarded property specialist also believes that because the firm is not exposed to the more volatile areas within the commercial property sector, has allowed it to maintain a solid, reassuring presence to those needing sound professional advice and guidance.
Mike said: “It’s been a great year and reflects the period of unprecedented growth across the country. We have established an enviable relationship with our client base, which, thanks to the steady recovery in the wider Wales economy, is growing larger.
“The team has the experience to cope with the steep increase in business across Cardiff and Wales and our doors open policy enables us to attract and position the right people to manage our clients’ requirements.”
Mike’s bullishness is reflected following the appointed seven new members of staff including Aled Jenkins, Rebecca Parry, Stephen James and Ed Merriman who have got stuck into handling work for a number of top clients within the Banking and Social Housing sector as well as organisations such as Network Rail, National Grid, Welsh Government, various Local Authortities plus a number of private landowners.
Mike is now looking forward to another year of growth and is continuing to identify suitable candidates to add the teams range of skills.
He added: “These are exciting times but Wales cannot sit still and post Brexit needs to identify ways in which it can attract business to the Principality.
“Some commentators are predicting a period of substantial growth following the referendum vote. I believe Wales has the opportunity to participate in this providing it adopts a positive economic development policy commensurate with a much needed commitment to key infrastructure investment at both local and country wide level.”