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Savills appoints new head of lettings in Cheltenham

Residential lettings expert, Sam Pagett, has been appointed as head of Savills specialist lettings team in Cheltenham - an expansion of his current role in Bristol.

Mr Pagett joined Savills at the beginning of 2020 and has a wealth of experience in the relocation and prime lettings sector, including more than 12 years' in Cheltenham's commercial and residential markets.

He said: "I am delighted to take up the letting reins at the Cheltenham office. We have seen the desire for homes with quality living and leisure space, which fuelled a strong post-lockdown market, continue to shape rental growth in the area alongside an increasing trend for second homes."

"Cheltenham is a fantastic place to live and work - the lifestyle and cultural opportunities are second to none and schooling remains a constant driver. There is a great breadth of property on offer from Georgian townhouses to new builds on the fringes of the town, which balance convenience with access to outside space, and large family homes in the surrounding villages."

Louise Nicholson, head of Cotswold lettings, said: "Sam's knowledge of the Savills business and experience in the residential lettings market will be a real asset to the team at Cheltenham as well as the wider residential business."

"Sam will work closely with Marcus Oliver whose focus will be the country lettings market at a time when lifestyle and rural locations continue to see a significant increase in demand as people reassess the attributes they consider important in their homes."

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