High Five for NG’s Management Team
14th March 2018
The Property Management department at NG Chartered Surveyors has had a stellar start to 2018, winning five new management instructions.
The high-profile instructions cover some of the East Midlands’ most sought-after locations, and includes: a 30,000 sq ft multi-let office scheme in Nottingham’s Lace Market, a multi-let office on Pride Park in Derby, a mixed-use retail and office scheme in Nottingham city centre, a block management instruction in West Bridgford, and a retail unit in Radford, Nottingham.
James McArthur, director at NG Chartered Surveyors, said:
“It’s been a great start to 2018, as these five instructions illustrate.
“Our management team is growing, and the recent addition of talent like Suzannah Adcock has meant we now have the ability to expand our management offering to more clients. We are also heavily investing in new software to expand our management service.
“Since I joined NG in 2016, my fellow partners have shown me immense support to help me grow the department, and this is now paying dividends. It’s been a real team effort.”
Victoria Green from Spenbeck, who owns the Lace Market office scheme, said:
“We believe James and NG to have a fresh and targeted approach which is very much in line with our own company ethos, and he made the decision to instruct them an easy one. NG are very proactive and a pleasure to work with, so the transition has been seamless.
“As we are keen to ensure the properties are leading the way with regards to provision and spec, we relish the opportunity to work with James, who is keen to get the appropriate management plan in place to maintain the building and keep it in good repair whilst also working with us to identify areas where we would want to upgrade our provisions.
“He has also already established a good rapport with our tenants which is very important to us for our ongoing working relationships. We are enjoying working with James and know that he is working hard for us, so we wouldn’t hesitate to recommend NG based on what we have experienced so far.”