Avison Young promotes two in Liverpool office

Based in Liverpool city centre, Avison Young has promoted two members of its team into director positions

Simon Price
Simon Price, a director at Avison Young in Liverpool


Property firm Avison Young has made two senior promotions in the its Liverpool office, as Joel Lawson and Simon Price both move into director positions.

Mr Lawson, who joined Avison Young’s retail team in 2016, has worked with a number of high-profile clients across the region, including Queensberry Real Estate, St Modwen and Natwest Group.

In the real estate management team, former associate director Simon Price, also joined the team in 2016 and splits his time between the Liverpool and Manchester offices, working to grow Avison Young’s clients, some of which include, London & Continental Railways and Clearbell Capital.

“I’m delighted to be made a director given the backdrop of the last 12 months,” said Mr lawson. “It’s a really interesting time to be working in the retail sector and I look forward to continuing to support Avison Young’s diverse range of clients in navigating this period of change.”

Joel Lawson
a director at Avison Young in Liverpool


Mr Price added: “It has been a pleasure to be part of the real estate management team over the last five years, and to be recognised for the hard work and dedication I’ve put into my position and will continue to do so as director.

“It’s been a challenging year, but our team has gone from strength to strength. The team’s innovative ideas have helped to retain a number of big-name clients, as well as attract new ones.”

Stephen Cowperthwaite, principal and managing director of Avison Young’s Liverpool office, also said: “Across the UK, Avison Young has promoted seven team members to director positions and it is testament to the strength of the Liverpool office, and the continued resilience of region, that we are able to invest in talent.”

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