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Linley & Simpson’s new foothold

Link to news of the property industry's movers and shakersThe Yorkshire town immortalised in the long-running BBC comedy, Last of the Summer Wine, has become home to Linley & Simpson’s first dedicated Kirklees branch.

Following the acquisition of the lettings arm of Simon Blyth in October, the team continued to work out of its Hollowgate office, but has now officially opened the doors of its new office on Huddersfield Road.

Headed by branch manager, David Sanderson, it is the home to a team of eight, including a specialist mortgage advisor, who, by appointment, will be on hand to offer advice to landlords and investors. Holmfirth takes the total number of branches to 23 across North, South, East and West Yorkshire, and The Humber, and it gives Linley & Simpson its first proper foothold in this part of the region. Sanderson said, “The move to a dedicated office in Holmfirth is the start of another exciting chapter in the Linley & Simpson story. “Since acquiring Simon Blyth’s lettings business last autumn, we have now seen our portfolio of properties grow to more than 1,000.”

June 30, 2021

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