Home » Movers & Shakers » When two become ONE

When two become ONE

The Negotiator reports on recent mergers, acquisitions and launches and rounds up the property industry’s movers and shakers.

Link to news of the industry's movers and shakers

L to R: Andy Loizou, Ari Theodorou, Charlie Perdios, Asad Riaz and Vicky Bibiris.


Two of the country’s best independent estate agencies have joined forces to form a full circle service for developers, promising to transform the property development industry in London & Hertfordshire. Serial industry award winners, Location Location and Anthony Pepe, have collaborated to launch an all-encompassing service for property developers and investors called ONE.

Location Location’s, Managing Director Vicky Bibiris, explained, “We’ve been aware of each other for many years as we operate in neighbouring parts of London. And over that time, we’ve met at awards ceremonies and conferences and soon realised we have a lot of shared values as businesses and as people.

“We’ve spotted a space in the market which brings together all the initial services property developers and investors need such as land sourcing, architects, planners and designers. But we’ve gone one step further by covering the next phase by giving them access to property staging, dedicated marketing teams and of course estate and letting agents.

“We came up with the name ONE because we’re aiming to be that sole point of contact for all things land and new homes – all the services developers and investors need, under ONE roof.”

Charlie Perdios, from estate agency, Antony Pepe, said, “Working closely with the team at Location Location means we can provide a level of service, contacts and coverage that’s going to be hard to beat.”

ONE will be headed up by north London agent and developer, Andy Loizou, who has more than 20 years’ experience in the London property market.


November 26, 2020

What's your opinion?

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.