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Growth fuelling expansion into Bristol
Posted on: February 6th 2019
Section: Member news


L-R: Robert Beale, Director and Head of General Practice, Amy Durkin, General Practice Surveyor, Paul Matthews,  Senior Surveyor, Chantal Molony, Associate

Property specialists, Vickery Holman, are continuing to expand in the South West with the appointment of another senior surveyor, Paul Matthews. Paul brings with him over 37 years of experience in the property markets of South West England and South Wales.

‘Bristol is a thriving city seeing strong growth. Over the last 10 years, we’ve seen Bristol out-perform many UK cities as it attracts lots of business start-ups, has low unemployment and strong growth in economic output per worker.’ commented Paul. ‘I am delighted to be joining Vickery Holman as they continue to develop their Bristol office and to help service the growing workload. In this period while we wait to see how Brexit goes, Vickery Holman is in an excellent position to advise investors and developers. Our property knowledge right across the South West allows us to see the bigger picture while retaining our local focus. Not only that, but our structure means that we don’t delegate work down the line. We deliver a personal service and exceptionally good value.’

Director Robert Beale added ‘Paul adds a lot of value to our team. His extensive experience means he has joined our Specialist Dispute Resolution team as well as adding his considerable skills to the valuation team in Bristol.’

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