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Knight Frank opens new Southbank office

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Knight Frank has expanded its residential London network with a new Southbank office, located within the mixed-use development, Southbank Place.

Link to Knight Frank's newsThe new office, the 32nd local London office for the firm will house a new sales and lettings operation that covers the South Bank local market. Mark Batty leads the lettings team, while Daniel Woods leads the sales team.

The new branch will give Knight Frank a presence in one of the largest regeneration schemes in Europe, stretching over 5.25 acres, with over 800 new homes, 48,000 sq.ft of shops, restaurants and bars, as well as 530,000 sq. ft. of office space.

It is a new chapter in the story of our London business, providing a sales and lettings service to our clients.

Tim Hyatt, Head of London Residential at Knight Frank says, “Following the landmark regeneration of the South Bank with its excellent new commercial, residential and lifestyle offering, it gives us great pleasure to open our 32nd local London office within the iconic, Southbank Place development.

Link to Knight Frank's news“Marking a new chapter in the story of our London business, it will provide a sales and lettings service to our clients locally and around the world and house our new training centre for our teams across the UK.”

Gary Hall, Acting Head of Lettings at Knight Frank says, “Rental demand continues to outstrip supply in central London and the new homes at Southbank Place will help to satisfy the increasing interest in luxury riverside property.”

Andrew Groocock, Head of City & East Sales at Knight Frank said, “We are delighted to be opening a new branch in this vibrant location, which sits in the middle of the wonderful South Bank regeneration area.

“The area is home to a hugely diverse selection of housing stock, which our experienced team are well placed to advise on.”

October 23, 2019

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