Savills hires in office agency

Savills has expanded its office agency team with the appointment of Daniel Barnes, from Cushman & Wakefield, at the firm’s Booth Street office in Manchester.

Barnes joined as an associate following three years at DTZ, now Cushman & Wakefield, during which time he progressed from graduate to senior surveyor.

His experience includes the acquisition and disposal of office space for clients such as Patagonia, Urban Splash and Government bodies including the Driving Standards Agency.

James Evans, office agent and head of Savills Manchester, said: “We are pleased to be welcoming Daniel on board as a busy and successful year draws to a close. He has great experience in the Manchester office market and will be a real asset as we continue to work with both landlords and occupiers in 2016.”

Barnes will work in office agency alongside James Evans, Richard Lowe and Andrew Cooke.

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Well Done.

By Dave

Shrewd hire by Savills, Making Cushmans look a little threadbare in office agency.

By Rich P

Nice Tan Dan!

By George Hamilton

Savilles have snatched a fantastic chap. Dan is a well trusted and respected agent and has director written all over him!

By Big Al

Great tan!!!

By Mr T Ango

Didn’t realise it was Savills policy to administer spray tans before corporate photographs?

By Bemused

Nice spray tan

By P Marples

A true legend and what an acquisition by Savills. Windermere’s Finest. He also knows how to serve calderbank notices. Barnsey is back in the Big Time

By Airbourne Warrior

Nice tan.

By Ratman

is he opening the Mumbai office for Savills?

By Prezzo

Cracking lad could charm the birds from the trees, shocked he left Barcelona for Savills, his team mates must of got fed up of getting bit.

By Mr Pink

Well done. Clearly an old photo, he’s still only got one chin there.

By Mr Alther Pies

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