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Allsop’s annual turnover remained steady at £42.9m (2018: £42.8m) with profit before members’ remuneration broadly consistent at £15.6m (2018: £16.5m).   Our transactional teams have battled admirably against the Brexit storm and the depth and diversity of the business, including the performance of the professional services arm of the business has helped to achieve this solid result

“a solid performance against a backdrop of huge uncertainty”

We have generated strong income from transactions and services within residential investment and development following growing confidence in the student housing sector and build to rent (BTR)

To support further growth of the business we have formed a new Operations Board.  The Board will have a dedicated focus on people management, marketing, business development, risk management and business systems.

Senior Partner, Scott Tyler said:
“As a predominantly transactional business I see these results as a solid performance against a backdrop of huge uncertainty and significantly lower volumes in the capital markets and auction arenas.  It is testament to our incredibly focussed and hardworking staff to achieve this in a tough year.

Looking forward to 2020, we hope for a more stable environment so we can increase market share by attracting the industry’s best talent to the Allsop business.

Further to the recent appointment of Jamie Hopkins as Non-Executive Director and the re-fresh of the Main Board to concentrate on strategy, future vision and growth, we have put into place an Operations Board so we can give acute focus to the important internal workings of the business which include risk management, business systems, people management, marketing and business development.”

The Operations Board will be chaired by Chris Berriman (Managing Partner). Members of the Operations Board are Stuart Gayer, Lesley Roberts, Rob Austen, Katherine Bowen, Richard Adamson, Victoria Lloyd-Jones, Alex Butler, Victoria Boateng, Alex Neil, Alex Pugh and Rupert Bugg.