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At the recently held Property Awards 2007, run by Property Week, its Central London Office Agency team scooped the award. Last year, its National Offices team, which covers the South East office market outside Central London, was the winner and duly passes on the baton.

John Snow, Head of Central London collected the award on behalf of the West End, City, and Docklands Office Agency teams. The glittering evening was held at the Grosvenor House Hotel, attended by 1,800 people and hosted by TV’s biggest star, Jonathan Ross. Knight Frank beat off competition from the other nominees which were: AtisReal; CB Richard Ellis; DTZ; Richard Susskind & Co; and Savills.
The Central London Office Agency team’s highlight of 2006 was its marketing strategy which produced outstanding results and saw: total fee income increase by 65%; 55% of competitive pitches won; and the square footage transacted more than double to 3.25 million sq ft.
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Alistair Elliott, head of the commercial division, Knight Frank said: “It is a terrific result and congratulations goes to everyone in involved. Our Central London team is hugely experienced, multi-disciplined and has a proven track record in high-profile developments and leasing assignments. The team is the only genuine Central London team which provides a seamless Central London support for both core and noncore markets.”

Knight Frank was also shortlisted in the following three Property Awards’ categories: Professional Team of the Year – Commercial Valuations team; Industrial Team of the Year – Industrial and Logistics team; Newcomer of the Year (previously known as ‘Young Property Personality of the Year’) – Richard Claxton, Investment. An unusual opportunity to purchase Paddock Lodge, a family home overlooking Aintree racecourse, has been brought to the market by Knight Frank’s Country Department for a guide price of £1,250,000