11 April 2022
Better Buildings Partnership’s Managing Agents Partnership (MAP) has announced the joining of SHW to its membership. Their joining takes the membership up to 14 members.
SHW is an independent, full-service property real estate advisory business. SHW operate eight offices across the UK, serving clients and ensuring property works to their benefit. A business wholly owned by its Equity Partners, SHW is well-known in the market for its expertise in Office, Industrial, and Retail property, supported by its specialists in Investment, Town Planning, Development, Healthcare & Medical, Roadside, Charities, LPA Receivership, Airports, Leisure and Leasehold Reform.
SHW’s commitment to sustainability spans across their corporate business, from operating a Green Committee embedding eco-friendly practices to their portfolio where they prioritise energy management, building efficiency and sustainable supply chains, through to social value where they support industry charities and hold volunteer days. Alongside this, SHW operate an invaluable training scheme and prioritise nurturing talent. The organisation currently has eight interns, five apprentices and 14 graduate/trainee surveyors.
Sarah Ratcliffe, CEO, Better Buildings Partnership said: “SHW are joining the Managing Agents Partnership at an exciting time as we look to amplify its impact in the industry. We’re delighted to welcome SHW to the partnership and we look forward to supporting their sustainability journey”
Adrian Dack, SHW’s Partner and Head of Property Management said: “The built environment contributes to around 40% of the UK’s total carbon footprint. Aided by the major property funds, the Sustainability agenda has now come to the fore, and while these funds are working to reduce the impact of their property portfolios, we mustn’t forget the large swathes of real estate held by others. Only by working all together, building better partnerships to implement sustainability measures and engage with landlords and occupiers, large and small, can we truly make a difference.”