New Soho vibe for Vail Williams

Property consultancy Vail Williams has relocated its London office to bigger and better offices in the media and post-production community of Soho.
April 4, 2022

The firm has moved from Cavendish Square to CAT A+ offices in Noel Street, just south of Oxford Street and has taken on a new flexible five-year lease in order to meet its quickly growing presence in London.

James Lacey, Vail Williams’ London Regional Managing Partner, said: “We are expanding, coming out of a temporary home into a bigger office in a more central and bustling location just minutes from Oxford Circus and Tottenham Court Road.

“It’s where the businesses are – we are now closer to many clients – and we are using this relocation as a springboard to launch the next phase of the planned evolution of our region.”

“Now we are in the building we will consider what extra enhancements are needed, in consultation with colleagues who call it their new home.”

Vail Williams has launched a regional recruitment drive on the back of the office move, seeking new staff to drive the business forward as it continues its hybrid 3-2 work arrangement.

James added: “London remains a fantastic place in which to live and work, with its excellent and affordable transport infrastructure, access to jobs, top quality culture, vibrant social scene, tolerant multi-cultural society and 3,000 green spaces – 18 per cent of the city.

“The capital also has a far higher number of people aged 25-34 than any other UK capital city – nearly a quarter in inner London. That is where we are looking for our next generation of staff who live and work in a central location.

“We are currently recruiting, not only in London but also other Vail Williams regions too as part of our exciting business transformation.”

Vail Williams has been an active property adviser in London for more than two decades, with a team of 20 experienced property experts providing a range of advisory services for occupiers, landlords, investors, developers and lenders across London.

Services cover everything from investment expertise and business rates support to lease advice and property valuation – during the last two years the firm has valued more than £1.6 billion pounds worth of commercial and high-end residential property.