Up, up and away as Pennycuick Collins let Thorp Street premises to Bar Away

May 15th 2017

Independent property consultants Pennycuick Collins, acting on behalf of a private landlord, have let unit 3 in Thorp Street, Birmingham to Bar Away. Bar Away was established in 2009 and has quickly grown to be one of the UK’s leading event bar operators, providing pop-up bars at live music, sporting and food events and festivals. … Continue reading Up, up and away as Pennycuick Collins let Thorp Street premises to Bar Away

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Pennycuick Collins Building Surveyors help Primitivo reopen its doors

May 9th 2017

With the reopening of Primitivo eagerly anticipated today, Pennycuick Collins’ building surveyors have been busy over several months following our appointment to oversee a major refurbishment of one of Birmingham’s best-loved bars. Primitivo was forced to close as part of The Grand Hotel’s redevelopment work, the 20 month closure giving owner Prit Sagoo the opportunity … Continue reading Pennycuick Collins Building Surveyors help Primitivo reopen its doors

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Pennycuick Collins strengthens Residential Property Management team

April 12th 2017

Pennycuick Collins has strengthened its residential property management team following a number of new client wins over recent months. Dale Jones has joined the Birmingham based property consultancy as a residential property manager bringing 10 years of experience of working in the sector, whilst Becky Davies joins as a property administrator and Ellie Gouldbourn will … Continue reading Pennycuick Collins strengthens Residential Property Management team

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Pennycuick Collins to lead Sertec expansion

October 12th 2016

Automotive specialist manufacturer Sertec – a leading supplier to Jaguar Land Rover – has appointed us to project manage its second expansion in recent months. We have already completed a multi-million pound expansion project for Sertec at its factory in Gorsey Lane, Coleshill, housing four new presses, significantly increasing its manufacturing capability. Adrian Roddick, one … Continue reading Pennycuick Collins to lead Sertec expansion

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Artist paints the town green, blue, yellow… and red

September 1st 2016

An internationally-renowned artist has painted the town red, and many other striking colours, to brighten up Birmingham’s Beorma Quarter. Graffiti and street artist Dan Kitchener (known as ‘DANK’) has created an eye-catching large mural on boards right across a shop front next to the Adagio Aparthotel. The artwork was painted as part of the City … Continue reading Artist paints the town green, blue, yellow… and red

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Window of opportunity as Pennycuick Collins appointed to lead Reynaers expansion

August 17th 2016

A leading European manufacturer of aluminum doors and windows has appointed us to help it complete its latest expansion plans. Reynaers, which designs premium doors, windows, curtain walling and façades, has appointed Pennycuick Collins to project manage the extension and refurbishment of its new British headquarters in Hollymoor Way, Rubery. The move comes as the … Continue reading Window of opportunity as Pennycuick Collins appointed to lead Reynaers expansion

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Promotions at Pennycuick Collins

July 8th 2016

We’re delighted to announce the further growth of our Building Consultancy team and a number of staff changes across the firm. We have promoted long-standing employee Lyndsey Cannon-Leach to the position of Partner. Lyndsey, who leads our residential service charge team, has been with us for more than 11 years. Lyndsey first joined in April … Continue reading Promotions at Pennycuick Collins

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Pennycuick Collins builds on surveying team

February 26th 2016

We are pleased to announced the appointment of Martin Purslow to further strengthen our building consultancy team.  In his new role as senior building surveyor, Martin will work closely with partner and head of building consultancy, Adrian Roddick.  He will undertake both professional work and assist with major projects that are in the pipeline for … Continue reading Pennycuick Collins builds on surveying team

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‘House of the year’ goes under the hammer

January 29th 2016

A unique architect-designed home – which was named Daily Mail ‘House of the Year’ 1967 – is to go under the hammer for the first time since the late 1960s. ‘Montana’, located at 15 Boscobel Road in the Grove Vale area of Great Barr, Birmingham, is being sold at our upcoming auction next month. Designed … Continue reading ‘House of the year’ goes under the hammer

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Sports memorabilia goes under the hammer

November 6th 2015

Our property auctioneer has teamed up with children’s charity Aid For Humanity to auction a range of sports memorabilia at a gala dinner in aid of Birmingham Children’s Hospital. Stuart Tullah, who runs our property auctions at Pennycuick Collins, will oversee the auction of lots ranging from a signed cricket bat belonging to West Indies … Continue reading Sports memorabilia goes under the hammer

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