A property firm has been awarded two prestigious accolades including by a leading national commercial property magazine.
The commercial agency team at Bradley Hall chartered surveyors, which has offices in Sunderland and Durham City, has been chosen by the Estates Gazette as the most active agent in the North East following a record year for the company.
Chartered surveyor Nicholas Bramwell also earned the title of most active dealmaker in the North East following an impressive year.
Group managing director Neil Hart said: “We are enormously proud of this achievement as The EG Awards are compiled only of factual data, ensuring that they are one of the most accurate and reflective accolades in the industry.
“The commercial agency team, especially Nicholas, have performed exceedingly well, and we are delighted that Nicholas and the team have been given this acknowledgement not only by us, but by external awarding bodies too.”
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Most active dealmaker is awarded to the highest volume of commercial property deals carried out by an individual across the North East.
Most active agent is awarded to the overall firm who carries out the most commercial property deals.
From September 2017 to August 2018 the firm completed on 191 deals and more than £60m worth of sales and lettings from properties perfect for SMEs and start up companies to large development sites and investment property.
Bradley Hall was also recently awarded the title of most active non-national office agent in the region following a 400% increase in office deal activity year on year.
The firm, which has followed an aggressive and strategic growth strategy to expand its team and services, has experienced success across a range of sectors including; offices, industrial, licensed and leisure.
Tim Aisbitt, the head of agency for Bradley Hall, said: “This is fantastic recognition of the commercial property deals completed by the Bradley Hall agency team over the past year.
“Undeterred by Brexit, the region is maintaining its optimism and businesses are still expanding, starting up or relocating to the North East.”
Mr Bramwell said: “Despite current economic uncertainty the commercial property market is performing well. There has been a steady stream of activity.”
The Bradley Hall group runs six offices with its remaining four branches based in Alnwick, Morpeth, Gosforth and Newcastle city centre.