Midlands-based land, development and property agency Newton LDP has expanded its operations by winning the management contract of a broad rural, commercial, and residential portfolio.
Newton LDP has been appointed by an established Leicestershire-based high net worth individual to manage a significant mixed property portfolio including approximately 3,000 acres.
The new instruction comprises the owner’s private residence and grounds, agricultural land and farms, commercial forestry, let residential and commercial properties, stretching as far as Kent in the southeast to Scotland in the north.
Management will fall under the scope of Newton’s LDP’s rural property team led by experienced Director Will Young, who joined the company in February, with over 20 years’ experience in the industry.
Newton LDP is based at Stockton House in Warwickshire but operates nationally, and will be overseeing the landowner’s responsibilities and working with the owner to deliver a strategy which maximises the value of the portfolio.
Will, who has a strong agricultural background as the son of a farmer, said: “This is a really exciting opportunity for us, and we are delighted to be able to add value and realise the potential of our client’s diverse estate.
“Newton LDP continues to add to its existing and diverse range of experience and expertise to facilitate its ambitious growth strategy.
“It is therefore pleasing to secure the management of this exciting new property portfolio just a couple months after launching our new rural property team which expands our offering to farmers, land and property owners.”
Newton LDP also offers development consultancy and development land agency advice to a range of clients. Richard Foxon and Piers Beeton are experienced and respected operators within the development land sector and can demonstrate a proven track record, strong reputation, unrivalled contact base, complimented by exceptional market knowledge.
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