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Commercial Portfolio Strategy

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We provide a full range of commercial property strategy advice:

  • Investment property
  • Commercial/non-operational portfolio
  • Portfolio review
  • Property company

Our commercial portfolio strategy and delivery capability focuses on our experience of providing organisations with investment portfolio advice and implementation of new delivery structures, governance models and asset management strategies to drive performance.

In an increasingly challenging budgetary environment, local authorities are looking to drive performance in every aspect of their business. Changes under Localism and relaxation of public finance regulations mean local authorities can now take a far more proactive approach to their non-operational property, using this to bolster their financial sustainability as well as delivery against wider corporate objectives.

We focus on cost reduction and value creation, without losing sight of non-financial objectives and considerations. The aim should be focused on recycling capital into better performing assets to achieve improved returns and alignment with strategic priorities. We provide an innovative and challenging approach to identify deliverable solutions. 


We have carried out commercial portfolio strategic reviews for local authorities up and down the country, including: 

  • Hull City Council
  • Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council
  • North East Lincolnshire Council
  • Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Haringey Council 
  • Peak District National Park Authority 

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Please read our article on Commercial Portfolio Strategy published in the Authority 2015.