Birthday marks brand change for Roger Hannah

Roger Hannah & Co turned 40 years old this month and has marked the occasion by launching a new brand for the business and shortening its name, to Roger Hannah.

Over the last four decades the business has been involved in some significant developments including the acquisition of land for the Commonwealth Stadium in Manchester, supporting the delivery of the London Olympics and Cross Rail, and enabling the development of major residential schemes. Roger Hannah continues to be involved with a number of groundbreaking long term  development schemes in the North West and nationally.

The change in brand is a reflection of the evolution of the practice from a local firm of chartered surveyors to the largest independent surveying practice in the North West. Roger Hannah consolidated their local offices into the city centre in 2013 and subsequently acquired Guest Garsden Chartered Surveyors in 2016 to strengthen their development team.

Roger Hannah has a team of over 50 people trading from its Manchester city centre offices, covering the whole of the North West region including nationwide instructions. The practice now covers all aspect of commercial surveying with particular specialism in property management, development and compulsory purchase.

Managing director Simon Cook said: “There is a real place for an independent practice with a real in depth knowledge of the north west property market. As a business we are very much focussed on future growth and new relationships. We fully expect the business to continue to expand over the coming years. We are optimistic as to the prospects for growth and our new branding will assist us in achieving our predicted growth levels.”

Parsonage Gardens

Roger Hannah is based in Manchester’s Parsonage Gardens

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