Key appointments at Chancerygate office in Warrington


INDUSTRIAL property developer and asset manager Chancerygate has announced a trio of key appointments at its Warrington office as it continues to grow its team in the North West.

Stuart McGill joins Chancerygate as asset manager, Andy Farrer as development manager and Joe Johnson as project manager.
Mr McGill joins from Cowiesburn Asset Management, where he headed up the Manchester office. A chartered surveyor, he is responsible for the asset management of the Northern properties in Chancerygate’s industrial portfolio, both balance sheet and third-party asset management mandates.
Mr Farrer arrives from Peel L&P, where he was most recently development director on business parks. He has also worked for CBRE and Lambert Smith Hampton and will deal with some of the existing portfolio of industrial developments in the North as well as source new development opportunities as the business continues to achieve its growth ambitions.
Mr Johnson is also a chartered surveyor and joins from Lambert Smith Hampton’s Manchester office, having previously worked for Deloitte Real Estate and Dot Residential. He will work with both the development and asset management teams to advise on technical and construction activities on Chancerygate projects in the region.
Mike Walker, development director at Chancerygate and head of the Warrington office, said: “These are three great additions to the business as we continue to grow across both asset management and development.
“We are delighted to welcome Stuart, Andy and Joe to Chancerygate. They bring a wealth of experience and proven success with large firms, as well as a strong understanding of the industrial property market in the North.
“We have grown our asset management portfolio and development pipeline significantly in the North West in the past 12 months. Their appointments will be key in ensuring that we achieve our ambitions to continue with our rate of growth and maintain our position as a leading developer and asset manager in the region.”
Chancerygate currently has up to three million sq ft of industrial space under construction or ready for development. The company also manages in excess of £255m of assets across more than five million sq ft of commercial space in more than 390 units.
In addition to Warrington, Chancerygate has offices in London, Birmingham, Bristol and Milton Keynes. For more information visit


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