New senior management team takes reins at ETP

Employment & Skills | Property & Construction | South West

One of Bristol’s most historic and well-known independent property consultancies is set to go from strength to strength under its new senior management team.

Based in Clifton, ETP has seen steady growth in workload over the past two years, prompting a restructuring of the business, an office move, and the growth of the team to cope with increased volume of valuations and commercial property deals.

Now the new senior leadership team of Alastair Kimpton and Edward Le Masurier has taken the reins and has big plans for the firm.

Alastair, who has a wealth of valuation and development experience, said: “ETP already has an enviable record for delivering outstanding service and our goal is to build on those foundations, grow the firms offering, and build new relationships. We believe clients increasingly appreciate the more personal touch we bring to the market.”

Edward, who has worked for ETP for 10 years and also deals with valuation and agency work, continued: “While we are keen to preserve the heritage of ETP, which can trace its roots in the city back well over 100 years, we are also driving the business forward to create a modern and progressive firm providing top-tier professional advice and services throughout the South West and South Wales.”

Alastair added: “Demand for our services is soaring so we are growing the team to meet that and, with the new management team of myself and Edward in place, we firmly believe we are in the best possible position to push ETP towards its most successful period ever.”

Alastair and Edward are taking the management reins at ETP as Julian Bladen is leaving the firm to focus on agency work in South Wales and Monmouthshire. After a 21 year stint at ETP, and having built strong relationships ‘over the bridge’, Julian has decided to work closer to home and spend more time with his children.

Alastair said: “We wish Julian every success in his new venture.”

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