Moss Industrial Estate, George Moss & Sons, p Google Earth snapshot

There are more than 100 tenants at Moss Industrial Estate. Credit: Google Earth

George Moss & Sons sets up property management company 

The owner of the 600,000 sq ft Moss Industrial Estate in Leigh has formed a separate company to advise third-party landowners on how to make the most of their commercial portfolios. 

George Moss & Sons has transferred its property management division into a new entity called GM Property Management, which will be run by managing director Neill Wood. 

Wood said “solid foundations and huge amount of expertise” in the industrial sector stands the company in good stead to advise others. 

“At Moss Industrial Estate, we actively manage over 600,000 sq ft of commercial property, consistently updating and improving the site to serve 108 commercial tenants,” Wood said. 

“Our building expertise allows us to manage a constant refurbishment programme which, coupled with our security and landscaping services, maximises the site’s appeal.” 

GM Property Management will offer a variety of services including surveying and construction consultancy and lease advice to commercial and industrial landlords. 

Wood added: “Through GM Property Management, we are now able to use our expertise to help other landlords with industrial and commercial property to maximise customer satisfaction and generate superior value and returns from their portfolios.” 

George Moss & Sons is a 100-year-old family business currently run by Sebastian Moss, the great, great-grandson of the founder, George. 

Sebastian Moss said the formation of GM Property Management marks the next phase of the company’s evolution. 

“The separation and professionalisation of our asset management activities has already improved the look and feel of the estate, the satisfaction of our customers and ultimately the return on our investment,” he said. 

“GM Property Management provides a first-class service to our tenants and the estate is better maintained and presented and more secure than ever before.” 

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