Banging the drum for the West Midlands

In May, the West Midlands will get an opportunity to vote for its first ever West Midlands Mayor. Time will tell as to how successful this concept will be but I rather hope that turnout is somewhat better than for, say, the West Midlands Police Commissioner.

And there is a big job to be done. Which is why I have just written to each of the mayoral candidates to urge them to “take our region’s message” to London. You may not be surprised to learn that this particular property adviser is urging the successful candidate to encourage more businesses in the south-east to relocate to the Greater Birmingham area.

It would be good for us all.

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Expanding following client gains

Boston Fieldgate Commercial Property Advisors

One of the West Midlands’ best known commercial property advisors has strengthened his company’s offer with the appointment of three business advisors – in response to a growing client base and an improved property market.

At the same time, Boston Fieldgate is becoming an incorporated company – sixteen years after it was founded by Charles Smith. The company’s registered office is being relocated to Clearwater Business Park – a Boston Fieldgate client – whilst the business will also retain its office in Kenilworth.

The move follows a clutch of client gains for the Warwickshire-based business including most recently a major charity organisation with a large retail property portfolio in the West Midlands.

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Fizzing start to 2015

Each year the Birmingham Post and CBRE sponsor the Office Watch competition which is open to property agents who work in the Birmingham office market and gives them with the opportunity to assess / predict how much office space in the city core and Edgbaston they think will be let in a calendar year. In 2014 the total amount of space let was 713,460sqft and guess what our own Charles Smith came the closest with 712,997sqft! Thank you to the sponsors for the case of Fizz that has just landed at our office – 2015 looks like being a sparkling year….If you are seeking quality advice across the commercial property sector you know where to come….
CRS - Office watch 2014 Award - B Post release

Blood swept lands

AS poppy planting cropped

Ceramic Artist Paul Cummins and stage designer Tom Piper are creating a stunning memorial in the moat around d the Tower of London for the over 880,000 fallen British and commonwealth soldiers who gave their lives in the Great War. The installation is being undertaken by over 8,000 volunteers to build and plant the poppies. Boston Fieldgate partner Andie Smith who said “it was such a privilege to be part of this incredible and moving tribute to those who gave their lives” was one of those this last Friday when she went down and took part in the creation of the memorial “Blood swept lands and seas of red”.


Top Hat, Car, Boat, Thimble, Iron and a Dog pass GO!

Six neighbours and friends who regularly walk together took on a new challenge. It was not going to base camp or scaling some of the Scottish peaks but it was doing the Monopoly Walk. 20 miles visiting all the sites on the standard monopoly board

for London.

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Peaking for charity

As with so many things a suggestion over a glass of wine turned in to a major challenge, lots of training for the eight climbers, huddling over maps for the three drivers to get the quickest routes and some tin shaking amongst friends, family and business contacts to get sponsorship. A team of 11 including Managing Partner Charles Smith – who drove one of the support vehicles – was assembled for the Three Peaks challenge on the 24th June.

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