Ashdown Phillips

Ashdown Phillips is a specialist property management company, established in 2004. We have a people-centric approach led by a team of experts to ensure we build trusted relationships, not just with our staff but also with our clients, occupiers and service partners. We manage multi-let offices, shopping centres, business parks and retail & leisure outlets across the UK and our aim is to deliver stronger performance year-on-year which is the most visible demonstration of success. As a business, our growth has been largely organic and supported by reputation, referrals and recommendations. At the point of joining the Managing Agents Partnership, we employ 100 people across the UK and manage a rent roll of £160m and commercial service charges totalling £35m across 150 properties with a total of 2,300 occupiers. 

During the last 12 months, we have committed to our own Sustainability Pledge, which covers four key areas of focus: 

 

Data collation, analysis and reporting

Focus on environmental impact and the reduction of carbon emissions

Health and wellbeing

Charity and community engagement

“We have worked very hard over the last 18 months to bring our team together on the enormous and somewhat unwieldy subject of sustainability and created a strategy that we have integrated throughout our business and embedded within our culture. Sitting on our hands during lockdown was not an option for us, and I am proud of the progress we have made in terms of our perspective, understanding and action on many fronts.  We have developed a data management strategy in conjunction with one of our consultancy partners, Carbonxgen, become a Foundation Partner of LandAid, and advanced our health and wellbeing provision to include an internal team of Mental Health Ambassadors and First Aiders.  Joining the BBP at this point represents a great opportunity for us to build on our knowledge, awareness and understanding and to work in conjunction with all our stakeholders to wrestle with the huge challenges facing humanity.” Andrew Wraight, Managing Director of Ashdown Phillips