Avison Young is the UK’s leading and most diverse real estate advisory business, with 11 offices throughout the country, headquarters in London and 1,500 skilled and experienced staff around the UK.
With our in-depth understanding of the market, Avison Young advises private businesses and the public sector on the whole real estate lifecycle. We advise on some of the largest real estate projects in the UK and Europe, from strategy advice, to construction, to transaction, to the management of assets.
Our approach is different to other property companies. Our emphasis lies in offering the right advice and then supporting it with a range of services capable of supporting a project from ‘inception to delivery’. This approach, coupled with our perspective is to look beyond real estate, enables us to build long-term relationships with our clients.
We are the number one provider of real estate services to the public sector in the UK. Our size, reach and experience only strengthens our position in this area.
With our Avison Young Worldwide network of offices and partners in more than 25 countries, our reach extends across Europe and beyond.
CB1 estate has established itself as a global cluster of excellence for AI. Providing a mix of spaces, securing major lettings to four of the largest tech occupiers by capitalisation.View project
In the historic heart of London’s premier business district, this highly specified building delivers an elegant, modern, LEED Platinum workplace of the highest quality.View project
South Quay Plaza by Berkeley is a vibrant mixed-use scheme on the South Dock which is revitalising historic docklands around Canary Wharf.View project
In the heart of Fitzrovia, 103 homes in three buildings are linked by podium gardens at first floor and commercial uses at ground, activating all three street boundaries of the triangular island site.View project
A 24 storey office building, with expansive reception area, retail space and enhanced landscaped public realm at ground level. Often referred to as "The Can of Ham", due to its elliptical form.View project
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