Property consultancy moves into new offices

Gleeds director Tony Deacon, left, with Russell Mogridge, the business space director at commercial property consultancy Hughes Ellard
Gleeds director Tony Deacon, left, with Russell Mogridge, the business space director at commercial property consultancy Hughes Ellard
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A GLOBAL property and construction consultancy has moved into a new regional office for the south of England.

Gleeds signed a 10-year lease on a 3,458sq ft office on the first floor of two-storey Vanbrugh House at Grange Drive, Botleigh Grange office campus, Hedge End.

The independent company has 1,600 staff in 66 global offices, including 19 in the UK, delivering £130bn worth of projects annually.

Gleeds has 22 staff based at a Vanbrugh House – and it hopes to add a further 15 per cent on to its workforce in the next year.

Hughes Ellard, commercial property consultancy, acted for property owner Northwood Regional UK.

Russell Mogridge, from Hughes Ellard, said: ‘Gleeds is a highly-regarded property and construction consultancy which requested top-grade office accommodation on this flourishing business campus.

‘A previous occupier had moved out, due to expansion, and we were able to fulfil Gleeds’ requirements in a tight timeframe. The company had been on the business campus some years ago and was keen to return.’

Tony Deacon, a Gleeds director, said: ‘From our new regional office we are in a strong position to deliver continued growth both regionally and further afield.’