Victoria is Head of Marketing at Allsop with a remit to devise and implement marketing and business development strategies for Allsop’s commercial and residential services.


Over 30 years of experience in marketing,  20 of which have been in property marketing.


Victoria’s career in property started in 1995 when she joined the Allsop Commercial Auction team where she co-ordinated all their auctions and arranged corporate hospitality events for the firm.   In 2000 she moved across to the marketing department where she now heads up a team of four.

Victoria started her career in marekting in 1985,  working for a US Department of Agriculture trade association with a remit to promote the export of US animal by-products to Europe, Middle East & Africa.     Her role included assisting with marketing plans, producing and maintaining budgets, organising and attending international seminars, contributing to, and arranging production of, newsletters and technical publications.



Favourite Film:  Breakfast at Tiffany's

Favourite Book: Best thriller ‘I AM PILGRAM’  / Funniest ‘This is going to Hurt’

Favourite Band/ Musician: U2

Favourite Holiday Destination: Anywhere sunny and hot with a pool

One thing I could not go a day without: Coffee, white no sugar

Insights by Victoria Lloyd-Jones

Blog 07/03/24

Vote for Marylebone Project

Charity | Fundraising

Empowering women to overcome homelessness, Marylebone Project  is the UK’s longest-running women- only homelessness centre th...

Blog 02/01/24

Distinction for Marketing Apprentice

Apprenticeships | Careers

Huge congratulations to Mia Driscoll who has successfully completed her Marketing Executive Apprenticeship

News 04/05/23

Robot Classmate for City & Islington College

Charity | Careers | Social Responsibility | Diversity & Inclusion

Students at City and Islington College's Applied Science Centre have purchased an NAO humanoid robot with funding from the Pa...

Blog 08/03/23

Celebrating Allsop Legend Elsie Holden

On International Women's Day we remember Allsop Legend, Elsie Holden