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Vail Williams reports turnover increase of 9%

By Laurence Mcclenaghan
28 February 2022

Property consultancy firm, Vail Williams LLP has announced a nine per cent increase in annual turnover.

The Reading-headquartered firm’s annual accounts report revenues of £16.86 million for 2020-21, up from £15.5 million the previous year.

The company are one of the largest independent providers of commercial and residential property advice in the UK.

Their client base includes some of the biggest names in the UK business world, government departments, transport companies, health trusts, investment firms, developers and the education sector.

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Vail Williams also expanded geographically, increased staff numbers and grew its client base over the course of 2021.

Managing Partner Matthew Samuel-Camps said: “The last 24 months have been a real test of character and we’ve come out exactly where we wanted to – ahead of the curve.

“The big positives for me are that turnover is up by nine per cent in a pandemic and that we’ve continued to grow the business, which is a testament to the quality of our team and our collegiate culture.

“The reaction by my colleagues to the challenges of the pandemic has been absolutely superb.”

The firm employ 170 people across ten offices in Birmingham, Leeds, Reading, Southampton, Portsmouth, Bournemouth, Woking, Crawley, Heathrow and London.

Matthew said Vail Williams reacted to the national lockdown quickly, decisively and with empathy.

“The pandemic had very much been a watershed moment."

Mr. Samuel-Camps continued: “The last quarter of the previous financial year coincided with the first lockdown and that knocked us back a bit, as it did everybody, but we have rebounded.

“We had a very clear plan, we’ve executed that plan and that is why we are in this great position now. We are looking to continue that trajectory. All our forecasts indicate that we will do even better, which is important.”

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