FLJ Scoops Top Property Award

Posted on May 05, 2017 by Natalie Phillips

Fox Lloyd Jones has been crowned Best Small Agency Practice at the annual Yorkshire Property Awards 2017, which took place last night (May 4th) at Rudding Park, in Harrogate.

The awards, now in their 20th year, are a celebration of the best commercial property deals and businesses in the region, as well as helping to raise money for children’s charity, Variety.

Paul Fox, director at Fox Lloyd Jones, said: 

"We pride ourselves on our client relationships, and so to be recognised for that is testament to the hard work and dedication of our team. Now in our 14th year it is always good to receive recognition from our peers.”

As part of a double scoop the Deal of the Year category was awarded to CEG for its scheme at Kirkstall Forge in Leeds. Fox Lloyd Jones acts as CEG’s property agent on the scheme and Paul Fox secured the pre-let deal with Zenith for its occupation of over 45,000 sq ft in the first flagship headquarters at Kirkstall Forge.

Fox continued: 

“I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all the finalists and winners and special thanks must go to the team at Variety and the Yorkshire Property Awards committee for delivering another fantastic event, raising a significant amount of money for children’s charity Variety which is ultimately what it is all about!”

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