WHR Expands Practice with Four New Strategic Appointments Following Record Year

22nd April, 2015

Ambitious Firm Looks To Break £5 Million Turnover Barrier

WHR Property Consultancy has appointed Matt Beddow as a partner to head up a new dedicated Property and Asset Management team. Sharon Booth and Stephen Pearson have also joined as finance manager and property & operations manager respectively. All three previously worked at Stockford Anderson in Liverpool.

WHR has also boosted its office agency team, which is headed by Rupert Barron having recruited Mark Cook as a senior surveyor. Mark previously worked for The Valuations Office and BNP Paribas in its office agency team. Gareth Buckley, Equity Partner at WHR, comments: "We have always been committed to the continued growth of WHR investing consistently developing the team. In our mission to provide a one stop shop of property services for our clients, we recognised the importance of having a specialist in house Property and Asset Management team."

Gareth continues: "Having just reached the end of our 11th year in business  our most successful one to date our next challenge is to break the £5 million turnover barrier. Matt Beddow comments: WHR is a dynamic, focused consultancy with an exceptional reputation within the market. I believe that our experience, together with our strong track record of working with high profile private developers and investors as well as some of the UKs largest institutions, provides a natural synergy of skills that will enable my team to integrate with WHR and their wide diversity of clients. Rupert Barron, partner and head of WHR's office agency, adds: The Manchester office market is buoyant with a real influx of new investment from both occupiers and developers. We have a good team behind us and are delighted to welcome Mark who I believe will provide valuable support as we continue to grow the business. WHR employs 28 people."