Colliers and Montagu Evans join Managing Agents Partnership as latest members


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We are delighted to welcome Colliers and Montagu Evans to the Managing Agents Partnership. The membership of MAP now includes 12 of the UK’s leading property managers who are collectively responsible for managing over 30,000 assets.  

Colliers is a diversified professional services and investment management company. With operations in 67 countries, it has more than 15,000 professionals delivering advice to real estate occupiers, owners and investors. Since 2013 Colliers has delivered certified renewable energy across its managed portfolio, launched a Social Value Framework to quantify and improve the impact that local initiatives and their supply chain have on the communities in which they operate, as well as delivering a wide range of healthy workplace initiatives including RESET certifications for clients. 

Montagu Evans is an independent property consultancy, owned and run by a group of partners who are committed to leaving a legacy of quality work that benefits clients, the built environment and society as a whole. It has offices in London, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Manchester and its work encompasses planning and development, property management, specialist valuations and transactions. Having achieved ISO 14001 environmental standard in 2021, the business is making strides in ensuring sustainability is well considered when delivering advice to their public and private sector clients. 

Sarah Ratcliffe, CEO, Better Buildings Partnership said: “We are delighted to be welcoming these two new members to the Managing Agents Partnership. Responsible Property Management is a cornerstone of delivering on sustainability and ESG ambitions for real estate portfolios. We look forward to the contribution that Colliers and Montagu Evans will make to this highly collaborative initiative.” 

Stewart Smith, Director, Property Management, Colliers said: “Industry collaboration will be essential if we are to have a chance of realising the potential of our sector to tackle urgent global challenges. We’ve been founding members of many national green building councils globally and have continued to expand our sustainability focussed advisory services to support our clients to improve environmental and social performance and minimise associated risk. Now more than ever there’s a real focus on meeting net zero aspirations and collaborating to do what’s right to achieve this goal for the greater good. We’re proud to be working with BBP’s members to ensure that the most robust measures are developed to meet essential environmental goals.”  

Neil Worrall, Head of Property Management, Montagu Evans said: “Montagu Evans are committed to putting sustainability at the core of our services, we recognise the importance placed not only on us as a business and how we operate, but also in our role within the built environment supporting the places and communities we work within throughout the property lifecycle.”