Charles Jones Checks In To Join Lambert Smith Hampton Birmingham Team

Commercial Real Estate Consultancy Appoints New Associate Director

2017 Birmingham Young Professional of the Year finalist Charles Jones has been appointed Associate Director within Lambert Smith Hampton’s Birmingham team. BYPY is an annual award ceremony, which recognises the stars of the city’s professional services.

Birmingham is a major city in England’s West Midlands region, with multiple Industrial Revolution-era landmarks that speak to its 18th-century history as a manufacturing powerhouse. It’s also home to a network of canals, many of which radiate from Sherborne Wharf and are now lined with trendy cafes and bars. In the city centre, the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery is known for pre-Raphaelite masterpieces.

Lambert Smith Hampton is one of the United Kingdom and Ireland’s leading, and most progressive, property consultancies with over 40 offices and 1700 staff.

Lambert Smith Hampton help owners, investors and occupiers achieve their business goals with a suite of integrated services including sourcing, planning, funding, advising, managing, valuing and selling properties, across both the public and private sectors.

Lambert Smith Hampton are passionate about the work we do within the built environment, ensuring communities remain connected, while relentlessly challenging the status quo. After all, it’s their lifeblood to find new ways to solve the biggest property challenges of their time.

Charles Jones, the newly appointed appointed Associate Director said, “I’m excited to join Lambert Smith Hampton where I’ll be working closely with a highly skilled national hotel specialist team. Simon Stevens, David Creamore, Martin Davis, Dan Whittaker and Hugh Anderson are all industry leaders and very respected by operators within the sector.”

Looking to buy or let office or industrial space in Birmingham? Need commercial consultancy advice? Speak to the Lambert Smith Hampton’s Birmingham team.

Commercial property is real estate intended to generate a profit, either from capital gains or rental income. Commercial property includes office buildings, medical centres, hotels, malls, retail stores, multifamily housing buildings, farm land, warehouses, and garages.

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