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Senior surveyor joins Cirencester commercial property firm

Barnsdales property consultancy has appointed a new senior surveyor for the South West region.

Chartered surveyor Andrew Seale MRICS joins the firm's office in Cirencester where he'll be supporting property owners across Gloucestershire and the South West.

One of the properties Andrew will manage at Barnsdales is the 52,000sq ft Cirencester Office Park located near Cirencester town centre.

Barnsdales in Cirencester was established two years ago with the acquisition of David Allberry & Company, a property consultancy practice which began in 1979. Since then, the consultancy has expanded, taking on a wide range of properties in Gloucestershire and attracting new businesses to the area.

Mr Seale has previously worked for commercial real estate firms GL Hearn and Cushman & Wakefield where Andrew managed property on behalf of organisations including Barclays Bank. In his new role at Barnsdales, he will focus on property management, agency, rent reviews and lease renewals and he also has expertise in business rates.

He said: "Cirencester is a town full of opportunity and I'm excited to be playing a role in helping investors, developers and businesses to support this area at what I think will be a key moment as we near the end of this pandemic.

"With its wide range of local amenities, good transport links and stunning location, Cirencester and towns across the South West should be able to capitalise on this cultural shift and I'll be working with property owners to help them make the most of the opportunities ahead of us. Expert, professional property advice is the prerequisite of success, and I'm excited to be lending my support in driving our business forward with successful outcomes."

Managing director of Barnsdales, Jason Barnsdale said: "Our Cirencester office has had a fantastic couple of years and it's grown significantly. With Andrew joining the team, we'll be making the most of his first class market contacts and local knowledge.

"Going forward, Andrew will be working closely with our facilities management business in Gloucester to benefit clients of both businesses through a more integrated service. He'll also be using his skills and experience to support property owners and their tenants achieve their goals which will also help make Cirencester and its surrounding area a more successful and attractive place to live, shop, work and visit."

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