Yorkshire property regeneration business extends its reach into the Midlands

Growing Leeds-based property regeneration consultants AspinallVerdi has opened an office in Birmingham to serve an increasing number of clients across the Midlands.

The independent provider of property regeneration consultancy to clients in the public and private sectors has taken serviced office space at The Colmore Building, Queensway.

Led by executive director Parminder Dosanjh and associate director Hayley Miles, the team serving the Midlands from the 310,000 sq ft landmark office building has secured new clients throughout the region including Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council, Galliford Try, North West Leicestershire District Council and Warwickshire County Council.

Headquartered in Leeds and with other offices in Liverpool, Newcastle-upon-Tyne and London, AspinallVerdi recently took its number of staff to 24 with strategic appointments across its network.

One of those senior hires was Miles, who arrived with more than 20 years of experience in the Midlands property market.

A chartered surveyor and registered valuer, she spent 12 years in the public sector and eight in the private sector focused on property, strategic land development and regeneration with JLL and Thomas Lister.

Dosanjh said: “Having boots on the ground in Birmingham by opening our office in the Colmore Building allows us to improve our service and accessibility for our valued clients as we strengthen and expand our presence in the Midlands.”

AspinallVerdi chairman, Atam Verdi, added: “Following a strong start to 2022 across the firm, we look forward to further developing our client base by providing best-in-class service to our public and private sector clients across the Midlands, Yorkshire, the North West, North East, London and the South East.”

The firm also recently opened an office at The Core, Newcastle Helix in Newcastle-upon-Tyne to serve clients in the North East, headed by director Brett Devenish and consultant Alasdair Ritchie.

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