Cushman & Wakefield Appoints Partner To Lead North West Residential Valuation & Advisory Team
Taylor, who will be based in Manchester, was previously a Director in Residential Valuation at Lambert Smith Hampton, where he spent nearly 20 years.
In his new role he will be responsible for providing market leading residential valuation and advisory services to banks, institutional investors, and developers across the region. He will work in conjunction with the firm’s UK-wide specialist teams supporting clients in the Purpose-Built Student Accommodation (PBSA), Build to Rent (BTR) and residential development markets. He will also lead the regional team’s business development and growth strategy.
Jonathan Stickells, Head of Residential Valuation & Advisory UK at Cushman & Wakefield, said: “Chris is a highly regarded valuation specialist and trusted advisor, and I am delighted to welcome him.
“He brings with him a vast amount of understanding and knowledge of the market and is the right person to lead the team. His appointment underlines our commitment to deliver first class advice to clients in the living sector in the North West and across the wider UK. At Cushman & Wakefield, we strive to support clients by adding value to their assets and supporting in their quest to deliver profitable developments and investment transactions.”
Cushman & Wakefield’s Residential Valuation & Advisory team is currently advising the main clearing banks, including Barclays and Santander, as well as Maslow Capital, National Bank of Kuwait (NBK), and Together.
Chris Taylor, Partner at Cushman & Wakefield, added: “This is an incredibly exciting opportunity to join a talented and growing team. I am looking forward to building on an already strong network of clients and expanding our market presence across the North West region.”
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