Innes England, has been appointed by Lancaster Estate Management Services to provide its expert service charge management services to four plots at Lancaster Park, Needwood, Burton-upon-Trent.
Innes England began managing the site earlier in 2021, which consists of 11 industrial units and nine offices, and has already developed close relationships with the shareholders, with great progress having been made in what is an exciting instruction for the firm.
This marks yet another success for the firm’s management team, which offers commercial property asset management services across a wide-ranging area.
Matt Howson, director at Innes England, said: “We’re really pleased to be appointed to manage this part of Lancaster Park. Working with such a variety of users and occupiers is always a plus and we’re excited to continue to offer high quality services to occupiers and visitors to the site as well as increasing efficiency for our clients.
“At Innes England, we’re proud of our comprehensive property asset management service, which continues to lead the way in the East Midlands. The last 18 months has been an exciting period of growth, with clients and landlords seeing the benefits of what we can bring to overseeing the management of their portfolios and property.
Richard Lawson is managing director at ISOframe, the UKs leading manufacturer of self-build and custom designed exhibition stands, based at Lancaster Park.
He said: “It’s great to have Innes England overseeing the management in part of Lancaster Park. The team brings a wealth of experience in this type of service and offer reliability to tenants sharing this location, particularly as more employees return to their offices following the pandemic. We look forward to building a good relationship with Innes England in the coming months.”