Three is the magic number for Colliers’ IPM team


The Birmingham office of property consultancy Colliers International has strengthened its Investment Property Management team with three new appointments.

Holly Jackson has joined as a surveyor. She is responsible for managing a national portfolio of properties consisting predominantly of retail parks, public houses and department stores.

David Chatten has been appointed as a graduate surveyor and property manager. His role includes assisting with the day-to-day management of Warwick Bar, a mixed-use regeneration site in Digbeth.

Clare Chapman has joined as a helpdesk administrator. Clare manages the department’s national facilities management helpdesk and is responsible for co-ordinating maintenance works for the 325-strong multi-occupied portfolio of properties under management.

Martyn Edwards, a director and head of the Investment Property Management team in Birmingham, said: “These appointments reflect the increased demand from clients for investment property management services. This is a growing area of the business as landlords look to make the most of new assets during these challenging economic conditions.”

Photo caption:
Colliers International’s Birmingham-based Investment Property Management team
(L-R) Front row: Holly Jackson, David Chatten, Clare Chapman
Middle row: Katie Watson, Stacey Jarvis, Martyn Edwards
Back row: Lucy Evans, Sophie Orme, Rachael Lacy