Whitton & Laing celebrates 135 years in Exeter

Whitton & Laing celebrates 135 years in Exeter

Established in Exeter in 1884, local property experts and chartered surveyors, Whitton & Laing celebrated their 135th anniversary with an official event held at The Stand Off, located in Longbrook Street.

Partners and staff welcomed over 100 guests, made up of clients, fellow professionals, consultants and friends of the business who enjoyed an evening of networking, drinks and great pub-grub to mark the significant business milestone.

Wanting to give back to the local community, and in honour of The Stand Off’s co-owners, former international rugby stars Carl Rimmer and Steeno, Whitton & Laing raised monies for ‘The Exeter Foundation’, the Exeter Chiefs official charity.

Associate Partner, Symon Garratt acted as auctioneer for nine lots of great prizes generously given by businesses in and around the city, plus kind donations from clients and suppliers . A monetary gift from the Whitton & Laing partners helped top up the monies which raised a total of £1500.

One of the longest-established property firms in Devon, Whitton & Laing was established  in the same year as the much beloved British blue-chip company Marks & Spencer.

With offices in Exeter and Exmouth, the dedicated team of 45 staff offer estate agency, lettings, surveys and valuations and project management, and the firm is one of the largest block management companies in the south west.

David Gibson Partner (Sales) – Whitton & Laing said: “People who select Whitton & Laing are choosing us because of our level of knowhow that spans an extensive and diverse range of skills, honed since 1884, meaning we have the wherewithal to handle almost any property-related matter imaginable.  We’re in a ‘people’ business and we take time to talk to our clients in order to fully understand their needs, look after them well and offer a very personal and friendly service in order to do the best we can for them.”  

 

 

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