Vision and Strategy

Our vision is to become the real estate adviser of choice in our selected  markets. We do not wish to be the biggest, just the best (as judged by our clients).

Our values capture our commitment not only to ethical, professional and responsible conduct but to the essence of real estate success, an entrepreneurial value-embracing approach.

We take pride in everything we do

  • We take great pride in delivering services of the highest quality
  • We always go ‘the extra mile’ to meet our clients’ objectives
  • We seek to employ and retain only the best people

We always act with integrity

  • We behave responsibly
  • We act with honesty and respect for other people
  • We adhere to the highest standards of professional ethics

We take an entrepreneurial approach to business

  • We seek out new markets and opportunities for clients, and take an entrepreneurial approach to delivering value
  • We are forward thinking, and always aim to build long-term client relationships
  • We aim to be a leader in every market we enter, and commit ourselves with passion, energy and expertise
  • We approach problems with a proactive, practical attitude, delivering robust solutions

We help our people fulfil their true potential

  • We encourage an open and supportive company culture in which every individual is respected
  • We help our people to excel through appropriate training and development
  • We share success and reward achievement
  • We recognise that our people’s diverse strengths combined with good teamwork produces the best results

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DP World London Gateway Logistics Park enters new era with Savills appointment
16 January 2019

DP World London Gateway has appointed Savills as sole agent for its Logistics Park.

2019 to see office rents north of £35 PSF in Edinburgh - Savills
16 January 2019

According to Savills, an acute lack of supply in Edinburgh’s city centre will push office rents north of £35 per sq ft in 2019. The international real estate advisor suggests that while occupier focus in the year ahead will remain on the city centre, rental increases and lack of supply may cause certain organisations to consider opportunities on the city’s western periphery.