Jo Edwards | Colliers International | Bristol

Jo Edwards

MRICS

Head of the South West & Wales

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About

Professional Summary

I have in excess of 24 years of experience in Property & Asset Management on behalf of Institutional Investors, Property Companies, Developers and Individuals. I work across all property types and sectors delivering clients outstanding results.

 

Accomplishments

Client Director for a number of Investment Funds and Property Companies. 

Specicialist development consultancy advice relating to new build properties in terms of strategy for operational design, practical delivery of site services and input into operational statements to clear planning conditions.

 

 

Education

BSc Hons Estate Management - University of Portsmouth (First Class)

Membership Involvements

MRICS

Member of the Bristol Property Agents Association

 

Clients

In my previous role, I was contract Director for Canada Life managing UK wide assets on their behalf. I have acted for Land Securities, Phoenix Group, BP Ropemaker and Deutsche Bank.

Currently working with Columbia Threadneedle, Aviva and a number of property companies who hold significant investments in the South West & Wales.

 

Services

Skills
Asset Management
Property Types
Industrial & Logistics, Office, Retail
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