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Invaluable experience in delivering retail and roadside projects.

Matthew Hannah maintains he is the Winston Wolf of Innes England as, just like the Direct Line adverts, he knows how to fix problems focused on the property world. When he’s not managing the business, he’s maximising the value of clients’ surplus land and buildings or helping them to acquire new premises to support their business.

In a previous life, Matthew was a roadie for the band Feeder, working with them as they grew from small gigs to the NEC Birmingham Arena. These days, he enjoys spending time with grown up family and on the tennis court. Along with two friends, he climbed the four highest peaks in the UK and Ireland in 48 hours to raise more than £15,000 for Wooden Spoon, the children’s charity of rugby.

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Case studies

Explore our case studies to see how Innes England’s expertise has successfully guided clients across various sectors in the property market.

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Castle Court, Nottingham

The Challenge: To facilitate the letting of office space to a new tenant, manage the transition from the former tenant, and handle the ongoing service charge management.

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Bar Lane Industrial Park, Nottingham

The Challenge: The historic industrial park, featuring a 113,000 sq ft scheme on 8 acres with over 20 tenants, required strategic management and advice to maximise its potential. The vendor sought direction on the best route forward, considering options like residential redevelopment or selling the existing investment.

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