Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Property Firm Expands in Northumberland

Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Property Firm Expands in Northumberland

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A leading North East property firm has relocated its Alnwick operation to meet growing demand in Northumberland.

Bradley Hall Chartered Surveyors and Estate Agents has occupied larger, more central premises at 28 Bondgate Without, Alnwick, during a time of exciting growth for the firm. The office will specialise in residential services, whilst also offering its range of commercial services to clients.

Residential turnover at Bradley Hall has increased 69% within a year, whilst sales have increased by 172%.

This growth has been driven, in part, by the launch of its Land, Development & New Homes department. The specialist new homes team brought to market PS100m of new homes including 15 sites across the North East with over 200 plots for sale. The team will launch a further six sites and 117 plots over the remainder of the year.

As part of the 'field to finish' approach created by the group, the new homes team is further supported by BH Planning & Design, a sister company of Bradley Hall. Its dedicated team is currently working on projects that could see the delivery of more than 4,000 new homes across the North East.

Matt Hoy, director of estate agency at Bradley Hall, said: "The relocation and expansion to the new Alnwick operation is a significant step for Bradley Hall as we grow our presence in Alnwick and wider Northumberland.

"Our residential operation has performed incredibly well over the past year, and we have also acquired highest market share in Morpeth recently. We became first out of 86 other agents for available stock and first out of 22 other agents for new instructions.

"This success is a testament to the dedicated and hardworking team, and we look forward to continuing in our success and growth in Alnwick and Northumberland."

The expansion comes following the news that Bradley Hall recently celebrated 20% increase in net profit and a turnover exceeding PS3. …

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