Property Investment
Rebecca Wayman

Carter Jonas property consultancy achieves record results for latest financial year

Carter Jonas has achieved a ‘strong’ set of financial results for the year to April 30 2019.

The London-headquartered property consultancy recorded a 6.7 per cent increase in operating revenue as well as a 12 per cent increase in profit-before-tax.

Turnover for the financial year 2018/19 stood at £64.89m - supposedly up from £60.81m in the prior 12 months.

Profit-before-tax also increased to £12.85m, an increase compared to £11.46m.

Mark Granger, chief executive of Carter Jonas, said: “This is an extremely encouraging set of results for Carter Jonas, particularly when viewed against a backdrop of political and economic uncertainty.

“In 2015, we commenced our five-year business plan and it is this vision and focus which has helped to accelerate our growth.

“As a firm, we continue to pursue work that balances both transactional and non-transactional business, securing instructions that safeguard against inevitable economic headwinds.

“We often cite our Limited Liability Partnership model as a key selling point of our business. Our independence enables us to be agile, and we are therefore able to adapt quickly to support the complex and evolving needs of our growing client base.”

He added: “Recent developments of note include; the expansion of our UK headquarters where we doubled the footprint, securing an additional 6,760 sq ft of space at One Chapel Place.

“We actively grew our valuation offering, to include prime residential and affordable housing services, and our London development team.

“We have also enhanced our presence in Wales, opening an office in Cardiff initially to provide a base for a specialist Minerals & Waste team. These particular milestones have reinforced our network, and strengthened our profile across all property markets.”

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