We are proud to have a long history of providing valuation, consultancy and transactional services to the public sector, including local authorities, central government and the emergency services.
Our appointment to the prestigious Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Framework for providing Estates Professional Services (RM3816) East Anglia region, reflects our capability and capacity for supplying quality professional services to public sector clients.
Customers of the CCS Framework may require us to draw upon all of our practice areas and specialisms. Core services we anticipate being called upon to provide include strategic estate advice, disposal and acquisition of land and buildings, leasing, lease consultancy, valuation, asset and estate management consultancy, building surveying and rating.
Our approach to our public-sector clients is founded on our thorough knowledge of local government and an understanding of the core issues that the public sector face today.
As well as providing professional expertise, we will assist our public-sector clients with their social value and sustainability objectives and goals, while ensuring a high quality of service delivery and value for money.
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Charities & Third Sector
We are a well-known Third sector and non-profit advisor with a comprehensive understanding of the requirements of the sector, gained through years of experience advising a wide variety of clients. We are pleased to have long standing relationships with both small and large organisations.
As a multi-practice firm of Chartered Surveyors, we provide a range of transactional, valuation and consultancy services, including long term strategic advice and asset management.
We are well versed in the requirements of the Charities Act 2011 and regularly carry out Section 117 Charity Act 2011 compliant valuation reports for the disposal of property.
Interest in alternative property investment assets has increased markedly since the property crash in 2008. Alternative property asset types include the following:
• Residential Private Rented Sector (PRS)
• Hotels or holiday lets
• Pubs and other licensed premises
• Sporting facilities
• Healthcare and Care Homes
• Educational buildings
• Student accommodation
While these assets have proved popular with investors, understanding the dynamics and performance of these investments can be complex.
Our specialist alternative asset consultants have a detailed understanding of this market, together with the technical abilities to analyse and interpret financial trading data. We advise a range of clients, ensuring the right lending, acquisition or disposal decisions are made.