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The Advisors - Property for Pensions

Philip Briggs FRICS

Formerly a partner of Midlands based surveyors Bache Treherne & Henry Butcher Philip brings thirty years of commercial experience to the Property for Pensions team. Combining local experience & with national agency contacts Philips advises both on locations & the market & brings an enviable strength to the Property for Pensions team.

Marc Allsopp

Marc Allsopp runs Allsopp Financial Management Ltd, a firm of Chartered Financial Planners based in Central Birmingham. Marc has thirteen years experience advising companies and individuals on tax & pension planning. Whilst Marc doesn’t select the individual properties he does advise on the risk & the optimum financial structure of the purchase vehicle for maximum returns.

Philip Jackson

Currently a Director of Maguire Jackson Ltd, a multi disciplined property agency practice based in Central Birmingham. Philips background comes from Hamptons International in Central London to managing a Chesterton’s agency office in Mayfair. He subsequently built the agency team for Stirling Ackroyd, based in London’s City Fringe & set up the firm in Central Birmingham. This has given him expertise both in mixed use property developments but also in the longer term potential for well located secondary properties that sit ,often because of size, away of the eyes of the leading firms of surveyors, property companies & pension investment companies.

Sam Meeten

Sam invariably inspects every property offered by the Property for Pensions team. He liaises with the Lettings & Management departments & co ordinates inspections by prospective purchasers. Married & with over ten years experience in prime residential sales Sam brings his day to day knowledge of the market plus understanding of the longer term play in each location offered


Philip Jackson

With the number of tower cranes being counted, rising across the City centre, Birmingham is certainly looking like a City changing shape. The relocation of new staff inwards also continues apace, filling the bigger accounting banking & legal firms with new professionals and those already here are putting down more roots ,with the owner occupy market demand stiffening for well-located lofts and apartments.