Brackenridge Hanson Tate is a an independent, multi-disciplined firm of commercial chartered surveyors. Providing professional property services since 1998, we provide a quality, nationwide service from our offices in Leeds. The core of BHT is a small, highly-motivated team led by two of its founding partners, D.W.Brackenridge and Robin Hanson, together with two surveyors, an account manager and a secretary. Our national coverage is enhanced by long-established working relationships with two consultants working beyond the northern property market that is our primary focus; Rob Stollery works with BHT from his base in Derbyshire and Clive Thomas covers much of what we do in London and the South.
We aim to deliver a professional, high quality and proactive approach based on the provision of a tailored service, always looking to build long-term relationships and win repeat business. This approach has allowed us to establish a diverse client base that includes businesses such as Skipton Building Society, HSBC, Rayner & Keeler, Handelsbanken, Threadneedle and Commercial Estates Group.
As a firm of professional property surveyors, BHT is regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). We are also members of PAI, the industry association for smaller commercial property practices in the UK.
Retail Investment Sold - Albion Square, Skipton
On behalf of private clients we have sold this attractive retail investment let to Bizzie Lizzies Restaurant and Dalesway News with a total income in the region of £46,000 pax. There was good interest in the investment and a price reflecting a net initial yield of 5.8% was achieved.
Investment Sale - Town Street, Horsforth
Acting jointly with Smith & Company, on behalf of Jack Lunn Properties, we have sold two retail properties to Westcourt Properties Ltd. 14 Town Street is let to Cancer Research at £19,750 pax and 68/72 Town Street is let to Barclays Bank and Thomas Cook at a combined rent of £51,300 pax. A total price of £965,000 was paid, reflecting a net initial yield of 6.96%.