George is Head of the Commercial Auction Team which he runs with Mark Gower and Alex Neil.

In addition, George is responsible for marketing, and his written word is regularly published in the press and on blogs alongside the Allsop Propchat podcast channel which he created.


George joined Allsop in 1997 and took to the rostrum in July 1997

His client base covers all sectors and his speciality has become the disposal of portfolios of similar assets such as the 240 Boots units, 125 William Hills and 40 Medivets.


In his 26 years, George has been involved in over £6.5Bn of sales, most of which has been in a live auction room, a process which has been fully digital since March 2020.




Favourite Film: Oppenheimer or Barbie – it was a wet Summer!

Favourite Food: A home grown feast with my family and friends, or the Old Inn at Appin, Argyll – the best steak restaurant you will ever find, worth checking it out.

Favourite Musician: Brian Adams with bagpipes in the background.

Favourite Book: Rebel Ideas by Matthew Syed

Languages you speak: I'm pleased to have finally graduated from teenage speak as the boys have all left home

Insights by George Walker

Podcast 28/02/24

Getting ahead of the budget - The politics and economics podcast

Auction | The Property Market

In our second podcast of the year, Auctioneers George Walker and Richard Adamson have a candid chat with Seb Verity, Allsop’s...

Blog 13/02/24

Allsop commercial auction on trends, predictions, risks and more…

Commercial Auction | Auction

This month Property Auction News interviewed George Walker, partner and commercial auctioneer about his thoughts on the marke...

Podcast 23/01/24

Podcast: Auction - is the rollercoaster ride of 2023, set to continue into 2024?

Auction | Auction Market Outlook | Commercial Auction | Residential Auction

Is it time to build a portfolio? What will prove most attractive to buyers? Will yields stabilise? What assets will provide c...

Publications 16/01/24

Commercial Auction Outlook 2024

Commercial Auction | Auction Market Outlook

Is it time to build your portfolio? What our buyers are saying? What is selling well - and for who?