Matthews & Goodman, a leading multi-disciplinary property consultancy, has invited Phil Winckles to join the proprietary Partnership. He will be a Member of the LLP.
A highly experienced Consulting Valuer, Phil’s focus has been across core valuation, CPO (Compulsory Purchase Order) and s18 instructions*, together with development and regeneration sectors.
Having advised clients in both the private and public sector and worked on some of the region’s most significant and transformational schemes and initiatives (such as HS2, HMRI** and Project Jennifer***), Phil’s extensive experience and expertise will help Matthews & Goodman extend its influence, as well as the firm’s capability and portfolio across the north.
Prior to joining Matthews & Goodman, Phil spent almost 15 years with Keppie Massie Limited, where he led the rapid expansion of their Consultancy Service team.
“Phil has the energy, experience and the expertise to help us accelerate our northern Valuation ambitions and capability” said James Hewetson, Head of Matthews & Goodman’s national Valuation team.
“We already have a very solid Secured Lending and Corporate Valuation reputation and capability, as well as a young team of highly motivated and professional Valuation Surveyors who are just waiting to learn, grow and expand their skills sets. Phil has proved he can grow teams and revenue streams – which is why we are excited by the impact he will have on our business.”
In addition to offices in Liverpool and Manchester, Matthews & Goodman recently opened an office in Leeds, thereby consolidating its Northern Powerhouse capability.
"Phil has the energy, experience and the expertise to help us accelerate our northern Valuation ambitions and capability. "
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