Savills relocates to new Brighton office

Real estate services provider Savills Brighton has moved to a new office at Runway East, York & Elder Works, Brighton.

The firm first opened an office in Brighton in 2019 and over the last four years has continued to increase its presence in the city, outgrowing its previous office space.

The team of 15 provides a comprehensive range of planning and development consultancy services, as well as development agency, viability advice, residential development sales consultancy and a site agency service. 

Savills Brighton also has a specialist team dealing with Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects (NSIPs) via the Development Consent Order process, alongside environmental, health, air quality and noise impact assessments. 

The new office at Runway East is just a short walk from Brighton train station. It sits on the ground floor of L&G’s flagship 18-storey York & Elder PRS scheme, which Savills Planning gained planning permission for in December 2019. This wider scheme comprises 201 residential units, as well as the ground floor offices. 

Guy Dixon, head of office at Savills Brighton, said: “We are pleased to have moved into our smart new office and thrilled that our recent successes have meant that we have grown the local team and added specialist skills. 

“We are now very well placed to continue to build on our existing presence in this thriving city and would be pleased to discuss any project which requires planning or development advice.” 

Jonathan Steele, Savills’ head of regional business development in the South, said: “It is a testament to the strength of our Brighton team that after four years we have outgrown our original office space and have moved into the York & Elder building. We look forward to delivering more exciting, innovative work in the city.”

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