Estate agency staff on the move

Estate agency staff on the move
Estate agency staff on the move
Chinneck Shaw director Neil Shaw

Chinneck Shaw director Neil Shaw

A Portsmouth estate and lettings agency has moved its staff under one roof as its business grows across the city.

Chinneck Shaw has brought its 13-strong team together in its Bridge office at Copnor to better serve its customers from a single point.

Staff from its nearby Pond office in Tangier Road started working at the Bridge office from June 12.

The firm has also launched a new, mobile responsive website as part of the next phase of its development plans.

Chinneck Shaw director Neil Shaw said: ‘We have become increasingly busy so it made sense to strengthen our team by bringing them all together to work more closely under one roof.

‘It means all of our lettings and estate agency services will be available from a single point with a greater number of staff available to help.

“With the continued success of the business, it will also help us better serve the whole of the Portsmouth area from a central point at the heart of the city.’

Neil added: ‘We have a long history in Portsmouth, and are a modern firm which looks to the future.

 

 

‘Our new state-of-the-art, mobile-responsive website shows that we are committed to moving with the times and serving customers in a variety of different ways.

‘We see these new developments as positive steps which will act as the springboard for further expansion.

‘We’re very much looking forward to welcoming customers to see all of the team at our Bridge office.’

Signs on the Tangier Road premises will redirect customers to the Bridge office.

Chinneck Shaw is an independent estate agent, letting agent, property manager and chartered surveyors which was founded in 1883 and covers the whole of Portsmouth.

It is a member of Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA), the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), the Residential Landlords Association (RLA) and the Portsmouth Property Association (PPA).

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