Automotive & Roadside

Our specialist team advise occupiers, investors, developers and lenders within the Automotive and Roadside property sector across the UK, through providing sector knowledge and commentary.


The team offers a personal, tailor-made service on a project-by-project basis, working in partnership with clients to provide long-term strategic solutions in a highly customer-driven marketplace.


Colliers has the UK’s largest dedicated department of automotive and roadside agents and valuers. Over 75% of our Automotive & Roadside clients go on to use the services of supporting divisions within Colliers International.

What we offer

Since the beginning of 2018 we completed on 29 transactional deals with an aggregate value in excess of £24,000,000. Deals ranged from £21,000 to £3,600,000 and our average deal value is in excess of £830,000. In 2017, the team have achieved an average score of 10 out of 10 in the Client Satisfaction Survey. We hold an unrivalled database of local, regional, national and international buyers.

A comprehensive valuation service for both landlords and occupiers, as well as for potential investors or lenders. Since the beginning of 2018 we have valued 218 properties with an aggregate value in excess of £504,000,000.

Advice on landlord & tenant issues, such as rent reviews, lease renewals, including arbitration and expert witness issues.

Consultancy advice in respect of existing portfolios in relation to current and future business needs, identifying both shortfalls and opportunities, as well as developing strategy to mould property holdings to coincide with business objectives.

Due diligence on corporate property and business acquisitions.

Insight Report
An update on the current Automotive market, looking at the consumer sentiment towards electric cars in light of the Government proposal to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans from 2040.
Viewpoint Report
Most of the political and economic commentary of 2018 and the beginning of 2019 was dominated by talk of Brexit, however, the automotive sector also provided an increasingly loud voice of concern.

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