Chancerygate has opened its first office in Bristol on Whiteladies Road to further expand its presence throughout the South West and into South Wales.
The new office is headed up by development director, Rupert Joseland, who lives in Bristol and was previously managing director of St Modwen Industrial & Logistics.
During the past three years, Chancerygate has successfully delivered more than 568,000 sq ft of Grade A industrial space across five developments in the South West worth a combined £76m.
Commenting on the office opening, Rupert, said: “It is great to have the opportunity to lead Chancerygate’s continued expansion throughout the South West and into South Wales.
“We are already in discussions regarding a number of development and asset management deals and are seeking new opportunities ranging from Tewkesbury down to Plymouth and from Swansea across to Swindon.
“We have the funds available to act decisively to quickly secure opportunities to speculatively develop our Grade A urban logistics and industrial accommodation.
“In addition, we fully intend to grow the Bristol office and will be looking to recruit ambitious, high performing property professionals for both development and project management roles in due course.”
The opening of Chancerygate’s Bristol office follows the successful launches of a Birmingham office to serve the Midlands in 2018 and a Warrington office in 2015 to focus on the north of England and Scotland.
Chancerygate’s managing director, Richard Bains, added: “Rupert is a highly respected operator within the industrial and logistics sector, both regionally and nationally.
“He has the remit and authority to act entrepreneurially to grow our operations throughout the South West and South Wales, and we have every confidence Rupert will achieve that objective.”
Find out more about Chancerygate’s live developments across the South West and beyond here.