The team has now moved into Newhall. Credit: via Appeal

Sheds work fuels Eddisons move

The Leeds-headquartered consultancy has relocated its Bradford office from the city centre to Frank Marshall Estates’ Newhall, close to the M606 and M62, to better serve the industrial market.

Eddisons’ seven-strong Bradford team has taken up space in the east wing of FME’s grade two-listed 17th century asset, accounting for 1,400 sq ft.

The firm recently sold its city centre office building to a residential developer.

“This is a great move for us,” said Matt Jennings, associate director based in Eddisons’ Bradford office. “We now have an inspiring and productive work environment, that enables us to embrace modern ways of working and will provide space for the team to grow.

“As well as being a fantastic, historic Bradford building, which Frank Marshall Estates has transformed into exceptional office space, our new offices provide superb access to the motorway network, as well as to the city centre, enabling us to be extremely responsive to our clients across the region.”

Frank Marshall Estates, the long-established, commercial development and investment company, is also based at its Newhall site. Director Edward Marshall said: “Eddisons are one of the best. They are a historic Yorkshire company like us and we have now worked with them for more than 50 years.

“We’re really pleased to be sharing the Newhall with them. The building’s restoration has been a flagship project for us and we’ve created fantastic state of the art offices in a great location.”

Eddisons clients to be serviced from the office include Wharfedale Properties and P&B Foods, as well as Pitcliffe Properties and Sovereign Health Care. The firm also manages estates on behalf of FME, Cox 22 and the Diocese of Leeds.

Jennings concluded: “Despite economic struggles, the industrial market has remained resilient in Bradford, with strong demand for a range of property sizes and an appetite for industrial development sites and we are now in an even better location to service that market, as well as the office and investment markets.”

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