Dou­ble award de­light for Gibbs Gille­spie

Harefield Gazette - - UXBRIDGE PROPERTY -

LO­CAL es­tate agent, Gibbs Gille­spie is cel­e­brat­ing af­ter adding two more awards to its al­ready well-stocked cab­i­net. The com­pany, which has an of­fice in High Street, Uxbridge, and oth­ers across Mid­dle­sex and Buck­ing­hamshire won a Cus­tomer Re­lo­ca­tion Award at the Re­lo­ca­tion Agent Net­work (RAN) Na­tional Con­fer­ence.

The event was hosted by co­me­dian Tim Vine at the Park Plaza River­bank Ho­tel, Lon­don, last month.

RAN is a na­tional net­work of es­tate agents across Eng­land, Scot­land and Wales se­lected for their qual­ity of ser­vice, lo­cal knowl­edge and pro­fes­sion­al­ism.

The Cus­tomer Re­lo­ca­tion Award recog­nises es­tate agents which gen­er­ated the great­est num­ber of re­fer­rals through­out the UK wide RAN re­fer­ral scheme.

It was a dou­ble suc­cess as Holly

AWARD WIN­NERS:

Host co­me­dian Tim Vine (far left) with the Gibbs Gille­spie team, and (far right) Re­lo­ca­tion Agent Net­work’s man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Richard Tucker. Pen­dred, who works as an as­sis­tant let­tings man­ager for Gibbs Gille­spie in Uxbridge, won the cov­eted Em­ployee of the Year award.

James Gibbs from Gibbs Gille­spie said: “We are de­lighted to have won the Cus­tomer Re­lo­ca­tion Award as it re­flects the com­mit­ment and hard work of all our highly skilled team.”

Holly, 25, said: “I was really happy just to have made the short­list.To ac­tu­ally win it was such a shock. I’ve worked at Gibbs Gille­spie since leav­ing school so have grown up with our ethos of look­ing af­ter clients as best we can and work­ing hard for them.”

Re­lo­ca­tion Agent Net­work’s man­ag­ing di­rec­tor, Richard Tucker said: “Con­grat­u­la­tions to Gibbs Gille­spie on their very de­served award wins. As an in­te­gral part of Re­lo­ca­tion Agent Net­work, re­fer­rals pro­vide cus­tomers with a unique ser­vice.The Cus­tomer Re­lo­ca­tion Award recog­nises the Net­work mem­ber who max­imises th­ese re­fer­rals to their fullest po­ten­tial.”

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