Surveyor Allie Bainbridge and IT manager, Mike Williams both make the step-up after both working for the Liverpool city centre firm for a number of years
Liverpool commercial property agency Mason Owen has appointed two associate partners in its 60-strong team.
Surveyor Allie Bainbridge and IT manager, Mike Williams both make the step-up after both working for the city centre firm for a number of years. Mike Williams has been with Mason Owen for more than 15 years, overseeing the IT for the commercial property business through a period of significant industry change.
Allie Bainbridge joined Mason Owen as a graduate in 2011, qualifying as a chartered surveyor four years later. She is now an integral part of the retail and leisure agency team.
Managing director Simon Bland said: ‘Both Allie and Mike are true assets to our business. Mike has steered us through ever-evolving technology, making sure we remain cutting-edge and progressive.
“Allie is a valued member of our retail and leisure team – she possesses a significant insight in these markets that has proved itself invaluable to our clients.”
Mason Owen was established in 1967 by Barry Owen and Geoff Mason and recently moved to new offices at 20 Chapel Street. The firm is responsible for some of Liverpool’s most significant transactions including the recent £68m Exchange Flags purchase for Ashtrom, £125m purchase of the India Buildings for Legal and General, the sale of 101 Old Hall Street to Nuveen.