A triple tri­umph for agents Gibbs Gille­spie

Harefield Gazette - - UXBRIDGE PROPERTY -

MULTI-AWARD win­ning es­tate agents Gibbs Gille­spie has added to its im­pres­sive col­lec­tion with a hat trick of suc­cesses at the UK Prop­erty Awards. At an event in May­fair on Fri­day Oc­to­ber 9 the com­pany won the Best Es­tate Agent in Mid­dle­sex and scooped the ti­tle for Best Es­tate Agent in Hert­ford­shire.

The agency which has of­fices across both coun­ties and in Buck­ing­hamshire also re­ceived a Highly Com­mended award for its Es­tate Agency Mar­ket­ing in the south east of England.

It fought off strong com­pe­ti­tion from dozens of ri­val agents to win the awards which were judged by industry ex­perts in­clud­ing Lord Best who over­saw the es­tate agent cat­e­gory.

James Gibbs said: “The one thing we strive for, al­most ob­ses­sively, is that when some­one has deal­ings with Gibbs Gille­spie Es­tate Agents they come away feel­ing as if they have been treated re­spect­fully, pro­fes­sion­ally and hon­estly. Th­ese awards are tes­ti­mony to our com­mit­ment to the high­est stan­dards of cus­tomer ser­vice.”

Paul Gille­spie, who set the com­pany up with James in 1991, added: “Th­ese awards at­tracted par­tic­u­larly strong en­tries from some very good

WELL DESERRVED:

James Gibbs and Paul Gille­spie col­lect their hat trick of hon­ours at the UK Prop­erty Awards com­pa­nies so to win is a huge achieve­ment for us.

“We al­ways aim to be industry lead­ers at what­ever we do and th­ese awards show that our hard work, in­no­va­tion and fo­cus on look­ing af­ter our clients has been recog­nised by a lead­ing industry body.”

Stu­art Shield, Pres­i­dent of the UK Prop­erty Awards, added: “Gibbs Gille­spie has demon­strated an ex­ten­sive range of ex­em­plary ser­vices, it has also em­braced the lat­est in new tech­nol­ogy and man­aged to achieve the ex­tremely high lev­els of cus­tomer sup­port that is vi­tal to suc­ceed in this com­pe­ti­tion.”

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