Track record

Recent Transactions Include:

99-101 London Road, Croydon, London

A Lidl supermarket for a further 26 years within index link reviews with local government offices above, on a Greater London site of 2.77 acres with future redevelopment potential. Griffiths Eccles acquired the asset for a family property company.

30-31 High Street & 3a-32 The Square, Winchester

100% prime retail parade in the heart of Winchester city centre, let to five tenants including The White Company, Oliver Bonas and Farrow & Ball, with a WAULT of over 7 years to expiry. Griffiths Eccles acquired the asset for Comland.

Canada Water Masterplan, London SE16

Griffiths Eccles acted for British Land Plc in negotiating the new headlease and Master Development Agreement with Southwark Council to facilitate the delivery of this strategic 53 acre mixed-use regeneration project.

Tungsten Park, Witney, Oxfordshire

Griffiths Eccles introduced and acted as funding advisor in respect of the purchase by BP Investment Management of this part-pre let 200,000 sq ft industrial estate development located in the Oxfordshire hi-tech growth corridor.

Tesco, Bewell Street, Hereford

A prime supermarket let to Tesco in the centre of the Cathedral City of Hereford. Griffiths Eccles successfully sold the asset on behalf of The Crown Estate.

Lili Hill House & Lily Hill Court, Bracknell

A freehold south east office investment in a parkland setting let to a serviced office operator. Griffiths Eccles successfully sold the asset for clients of CBRE Investment Management.

East10 Enterprise Park, Leyton, London E10

A prime freehold industrial estate with potential for future residential redevelopment. Griffiths Eccles successfully sold the asset for a private family.

Honda, Cabot Park, Avonmouth

A prime freehold open storage and warehouse investment on a site of 62 acres let to Honda in Avonmouth. Griffiths Eccles successfully sold this asset for The Crown Estate.

Tower Bridge Piazza, London SE1

Freehold landmark London mixed-use investment adjacent to Tower Bridge on a 2.2 acre site. Griffiths Eccles successfully sold the asset for a private investor.