Suffolk Negotiator Awards winner branches out

first_imgAfter their recent success winning ‘New Agency of the Year’ at The Negotiator Awards, Best Estates has opened their third office in Sudbury.The building has recently undergone a comprehensive restoration, resulting in another beautiful office showcasing Best Estates properties.The full restoration has taken eight months and includes three floors of office space, including meeting and team social rooms.The building is steeped in history and was, for many years, run by Seppings the butchers. Best Estates have also put on display the Seppings butcher facia signs in the meeting room  as they were so beautiful they had to remain on display.Director Alex Tarry says, “The concept at the heart of the renovation, was the Best Estates welcome. All our visitors will be offered a coffee or soft drink, and an opportunity to talk with our enthusiastic team about their property needs. At Best Estates, gone are the days of sitting across a desk from each other, we are all about round tables and open discussions’.The team will be managed by Tristan Desmarais who has over 15 years experience as a London estate agent. He will be supported by April Macaskill, born and raised in Sudbury who has fantastic knowledge of the local area. Director Matthew Piercy said, “A key focus for all our offices was getting the right team that understood our vision and values for the business. We are delighted to have both Tristan and April on board and cannot wait to get started.”Negotiator Awards winner Best Estates Best Estates Sudbury Best Estates Sudbury branch February 20, 2017The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Agencies & People » Suffolk Negotiator Awards winner branches out previous nextAgencies & PeopleSuffolk Negotiator Awards winner branches outNew office is part of Sudbury company’s expansion plansThe Negotiator20th February 20170752 Viewslast_img read more

Quadrant takes two CHC helicopters for Australian ops

first_imgHelicopter services provider CHC Group has been awarded a two-year contract to support Australia’s oil and gas company, Quadrant Energy, starting July 1, 2017.In its statement on Thursday, CHC said it will provide passenger transfer services to Quadrant’s oil and gas installations on the North West Shelf using two AW139s flying out of CHC’s base in Karratha.Facilities located at Learmonth will also be utilized to provide passenger processing services, the company added.“The CHC team in Asia Pacific is very proud of winning this contract with Quadrant and we are excited to commence operations on 1 July,” Vince D’Rozario, CHC Regional Director, Asia Pacific said.CHC has been flying passenger transfer services out of Karratha since 2011 in support of the oil and gas industry. The company noted it has logged more than 125,000 flying hours on AW139s across its global fleet since 2005, with more than 25,000 of those flight hours in Australia.“We have worked hard to redesign our company to better meet our customers’ needs and we are delighted to establish this new partnership with Quadrant,” said Karl Fessenden, President and CEO of CHC Helicopter.“We’re continuing to see the benefits of our restructuring through new customer commitments worldwide.”last_img read more