Monday, May 10, 2021

Mather Jamie wins major estate management contract

The estate management division of land development and property agents Mather Jamie has won a contract to manage the Lockington Estate in Leicestershire.

The Estate comprises a portfolio of 15 cottages, 39,000 square feet of office space and a substantial sand and gravel quarry operated by Tarmac.

Lockington Hall, which is a grade II listed building, was converted to office accommodation in 1974 soon after the current owner Charles Coaker inherited the estate in 1972. Since then, FPCR Environment and Design Ltd have been the head tenants.

Together with residential and commercial properties Mather Jamie will also manage around 1,100 acres of agricultural land. The diverse estate portfolio also includes a clay pigeon shooting venue, a paintballing site, a model aircraft club, a fishing lake, and a scout hut which are let to local clubs and organisations.

In addition to Lockington Estate, Mather Jamie will also be managing Mr Coaker’s residential and agricultural portfolio in Northamptonshire which comprises 8 cottages and around 1,000 acres of land.

The management of the Estate will be led by Mather Jamie Director Amy Biddell with support from Jane Barton, who recently joined the firm as Rural Estate Administrator having previously worked on the Lockington Estate. The services provided will include full tenancy management, property repairs and maintenance, new and end of tenancy letting matters as well as compliance and regulatory administration.

Commenting on the appointment, Amy Biddell said: “Mather Jamie has a long history of estate management and we currently manage a number of large and distinguished estates within the region, many of which have been clients of Mather Jamie for over 30 years.

“Our extensive knowledge and experience of the residential, commercial and agricultural sectors means that we are able to offer clients a fully tailored management package to suit their circumstances and requirements.

“Estate management is something that I am really passionate about and I am thrilled to be taking on the management of this long standing rural estate.”

Mather Jamie Director Alex Reid is acting as the commercial letting agent and has already secured a new tenant for 8,400 square foot of vacant office space which has been let to Breedon Group Plc.

Commenting, Charles Coaker said: “In appointing new agents I was keen to ensure they were locally based and in addition to all the usual estate management skills, had in house expertise to deal with the commercial, mineral and development potential.

“I was also delighted to learn that Jane Barton was going to be managing the Estate on a day-to-day basis. Being energetic and personable I have every confidence that she will represent the Estate’s interests to good effect.”

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