Posted on Aug 21, 2019 by Natalie Phillips
Chartered surveyor, Nick Salkeld, has returned to Fox Lloyd Jones as a Director in the agency and development team. Working alongside Paul Fox, he will help build upon the company’s successes and add value into the next stage of development.
He will be involved in major schemes in Leeds including CEG’s £350m Leeds South Bank scheme and the Kirkstall Forge development.
Nick initially spent seven years at Fox Lloyd Jones, having joined the company as a placement student. He left in 2016 to join one of the North of England’s largest workspace providers, Bruntwood, as head of commercial, where he worked on commercial leasing, flexible workspace and the strategic asset management of its Leeds portfolio of more than 350,000 square feet, while exploring new acquisitions.
Nick helped to deliver award-winning Platform, consisting of 120,000 square foot offices, which reached 100 percent let or under offer, with record-breaking office rents in the city. He also pioneered Bruntwood’s ‘made and managed’ product, securing a 12,000 square foot temporary home at West Gate for Channel 4.
In his new role, Nick will maintain his relationship with Bruntwood as a client.
Speaking about his return, Nick said,
“I thoroughly enjoyed my time with Fox Lloyd Jones, the first time around, where I gained invaluable experience across a number of sectors and disciplines.
“I was keen to gain experience ‘client side’ and Bruntwood gave me the opportunity of working with a leading property company.
Commenting on the appointment, director of Fox Lloyd Jones, Paul Fox, said,
“Nick was always a valued member of our team and had a strong relationship with our clients. We fully understood that he needed to broaden his experience, and Bruntwood was a good opportunity.
“It is great to welcome him back and we were delighted to offer him a directorship to reflect his evolved experience. The fact he will continue to work with Bruntwood demonstrates his value and professionalism.”
Craig Burrow of Bruntwood added,
“It has been great to work with Nick over the last few years. He has been an asset to the company and well-respected by our customers. I look forward to working with Nick again in the future in his new role at Fox Lloyd Jones".
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