Eddisons has confirmed that it has recruited the four senior members of Wilmslow chartered surveying firm Atlas One.
Atlas One, which has recently ceased trading, was a valuation-focused multi-disciplinary property consultancy, established in 2009. The firm was headed by directors James Staveley and Matt Silas, both of whom who will join Eddisons, along with their colleagues Dan Sidlow and Thomas Sztejer.
Joining Eddisons’ Manchester-based valuation department, the four will continue to provide a range of valuation services to lenders and property owners across the north of England.
Phil Deakin, who heads Eddisons’ northern valuation division, said: “Atlas One have built an excellent reputation, particularly for real estate valuation services, over the course of the last 10 years. We are delighted to welcome the team on board and there are a number of synergies to be capitalised upon and clients in common.”
He added: “These four new appointments bring Eddisons’ team of dedicated senior valuation surveyors across the north of England to more than 20 and we are able to offer clients unparalleled expertise and geographic coverage across a broad range of property sectors.
“This latest recruitment continues our growth over the last four years, which has seen the business expand through strategic acquisitions and hires of key senior staff. We look forward to developing further opportunities over the coming months.”
Eddisons is a multi-disciplinary firm of chartered surveyors. Established in 1844, it operates across the UK.
"This latest recruitment continues our growth over the last four years, which has seen the business expand through strategic acquisitions and hires of key senior staff"
Phil Deakin, valuations director at Eddisons
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