Hanwell Lane, Chertsey, Surrey W7
Sunley worked with the Malverleys Team from inception, lead through planning and oversaw all aspects of construction through to completion.
A small farm and restaurant set on the edge of the Wessex Downs in the North Hampshire countryside.
Mayfair Village, London
Sunley provided development and project management services on this property located in Mayfair Village.
The works included retaining the facade whilst structurally reconfiguring the internal layout and completing a bespoke fit-out.
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The Group’s office portfolio is focused on the South-East of England, primarily concentrating on multi-let office buildings which require intensive management.
The Group is always interested to look at office related real estate projects where there are opportunities to add value through refurbishment, renovation, extensions or change of use.
The Group has a long track record of industrial property investment, from the establishment of Industrial Ownership Plc in the mid 1980’s. It was a founder shareholder of the IO Group in the mid 1990’s and was instrumental in the flotation of the industrial property asset specialist, Property Fund Management Plc in 2002
The Group has a number of multi-let industrial estates located throughout England, which are actively managed on very flexible leases to suit tenants requirements. Units are available to purchase on a long leasehold basis on a number of estates, in response to the needs of occupiers or local investors.
The Group is always interested to look at industrial related real estate opportunities where there is potential to add value through refurbishment, renovation, extensions or change of use.
The Group has considerable experience in the high street and retail warehouse sectors. Sites and existing retail properties have been acquired, developed, traded and held long term as part of the Group's retail strategy over many years.
The Group is particularly interested in multi-let shopping centres which do not appeal to the institutional investor market and again require intensive management techniques.