+44 (0)7393 235709
James is an experienced surveyor and commercial property agent, who joined Vail Williams in 2021 from Lambert Smith Hampton.
He specialises in the acquisition and disposal of commercial property in the South East office and industrial markets.
James takes pride in helping occupiers to secure new premises in line with their business objectives, and landlords to achieve leasehold market exposure and financial terms, through successful marketing campaigns and negotiation skills.
His current clients include Clipstone, USS, Topland Group, Mileway, Crossbay and Porsche.
In his spare time, James enjoys sports and likes to play football and cricket and is a keen fisherman. A passionate Leicester City fan, he follows the Foxes home and away.
James is also a music enthusiast and likes to attend festivals and gigs whenever possible.
Expanding property consultancy Vail Williams has relocated to first floor space in refurbished Goldvale House, Woking to facilitate future business growth
Aero 40 warehouse unit in Farnborough has been acquired by leading logistics investor, Crossbay.
Thames Valley surveyor James Newton takes a deep dive into the region's 2023 trends for the industrial market.
Whilst 2023 is expected to be slightly more muted compared with the last couple of years, the fundamentals for the industrial and logistics market in the Thames Valley remain robust for 2023, as industrial agent, James Newton explores.
Vail Williams Managing Partner Matthew Samuel-Camps says the firm’s 15 promotions reflect continued strategic growth, market confidence and outstanding personal contributions
Ground floor of the Maltings next to the River Kennet in Reading has been let to Milan Skin Clinic in a deal brokered by property consultancy Vail Williams