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Commercial Valuers and Surveyors (CVS)
Limited
IndustryReal Estate
HeadquartersOakland House
Manchester
United Kingdom
ServicesSurveying
Number of employees
200-500
Websitehttp://www.cvsuk.com/

Commercial Valuers and Surveyors (CVS) provides business rent and rates services to occupiers of commercial property in the United Kingdom.[1] CVS has a team of business rates surveyors who are experienced at successfully lodging business rates appeals at the Valuation Office Agency.[2] The firm is headquartered in Manchester, and has offices in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, City of London and Bristol.[3]

Background[edit]

The company was founded in 1999 and is directed by Mark Rigby, the current CEO[4] .[5] The firm has over 275 [6][7] staff and a national network of chartered surveyors. CVS’ principle areas of practice include advice [8] and commentary on commercial property valuation,[9][10] property tax and services.[11][12]

Awards[edit]

  • ’Highly commended’ for Estates Gazette’s National Property Advisor of the Year 2014 [13]
  • Ranked in the top 20 firms in the Property Week Agency Survey, 2014[14]
  • 'Finalist' for Estates Gazette's National Advisor of the Year 2015[15]
  • 'Finalist' for Property Week's 'Professional Agency Team of the Year' at the 2016 Property Awards[16]
  • 'Finalist' for Estates Gazette's Specialist Adviser of the Year 2017[17]

Locations[edit]

The company currently operates from the following offices:

  • Oakland House, Talbot Road, Manchester
  • Woolgate Exchange, 25 Basinghall Street, London
  • Bull Wharf, Redcliff Street, Bristol

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bourke, Joanna. "London firms win £50 million off rates bills for losses caused by Crossrail work (26 October 2015)". standard.co.uk. London Evening Standard. Retrieved 16 November 2015.
  2. ^ Nicholls, Luke. "La Tasca and Soho House appoint CVS to carry out business rates appeals ahead of huge hikes (9 December 2011)". bighospitality.co.uk. Big Hospitality. Retrieved 16 November 2015.
  3. ^ "CVS Chooses Bristol for Third Office". Manchester Evening News.
  4. ^ "This secret and scandalous business rates shake up will cost small firms millions". Telegraph.
  5. ^ "Business rates reform needed, says MP". BBC.
  6. ^ "CVS Boosts Staff Numbers". Manchester Evening News.
  7. ^ "CVS announces flurry of promotions". Costar.
  8. ^ "Kate in Parliament". KateGreen.org.
  9. ^ "Chancellors business rate cap unravels in small print". Independent.
  10. ^ "CVS urges chancellor to invest in business rates". Property Week.
  11. ^ "Reduce our rates - Retailers bust waiting review". ThisisMoney.
  12. ^ "CVS says firms owed millions". Examiner.
  13. ^ "EG Awards 2014 The Winners". EGI.
  14. ^ "Agency 2014 Growth Forecast". Property Week.
  15. ^ "Estates Gazette Awards 2015". www.egawardsevent.co.uk. Retrieved 2016-09-01.
  16. ^ "Shortlist 2016 » Property Awards 2016". Property Awards 2016. Retrieved 2016-09-01.
  17. ^ "EG Awards 2017 The Shortlist". EGI.

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