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Principle poaches property manager

Link to news of the property industry's movers and shakersAn experienced property manager has been engaged by Principle Estate Management as the business continues to grow in the wake of COVID-19. Jamie Noon was headhunted from FirstPort, the largest managing agent in the country with approximately 300,000 units.

Mr Noon’s appointment maintains Principle as the UK’s fastest growing residential management company with him being the sixth recruit in 2020, taking total staff numbers to 23, including three consultants.

Good property managers are hard to come by, so we’re delighted.

Now in its third year, Principle has tripled in size in the last 12 months, with the number of units it manages rising from just under 2,000 to 6,000 in 230-plus developments across all nine English regions including London, plus more in Wales.

Brett Williams, managing director of Principle, said “Good property managers are hard to come by, so we’re delighted to have attracted Jamie to join us from the UK’s biggest operator in our sector.

Jamie Noon commented, “This is a major career move for me and I can see myself being with Principle for quite some time as my experience continues to develop.”

September 7, 2020

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