Staunton Whiteman is an investment agency practice specialising in the Out of Town Retail and Leisure sectors.

We advise upon all aspects of commercial property investment including; acquisitions, disposals and development funding. We also provide clients with investment advice regarding ongoing asset management of their property holdings and how best to enhance value.

We provide expert, honest advice enabling us to successfully deliver transactions on behalf of our clients.

Many of our most successful transactions have been in respect of developments. We have negotiated complex conditional funding agreements in order to secure prime properties ‘off market’, before their existence has become commonly known.

Likewise we have arranged funding packages for developers at a very early stage in the development cycle, in order to provide our clients with certainty and to protect them from adverse market movement.


B&Q, Bugsby’s Way, Greenwich

A private investor has bought the freehold interest in the B&Q warehouse on the Greenwich Peninsular for £43.32 million reflecting a net initial yield of 4.85%. The property was constructed in 1999 and comprises 93,511…

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Chester & Columbus sell Clyde Retail Park

Chester Properties and Columbus Capital have sold Clyde Retail Park, Clydebank, Glasgow to Valad’s European Diversified Fund for £17,100,000 reflecting a net initial yield of 7.29% The park extends to 149,048 sq ft, has an…

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Wessex Gate East Retail Park, Poole

Situated approximately 1.6 miles north of Poole town centre and occupying a prominent position just off the A350 the lies between Wessex Gate East retail Park and a 102,000 sq ft B&Q with other adjacent retailers including Tesco Extra, Lidl, Toys R Us, Wren Kitchens and Staples. The scheme is fully let to Next, Maplin, Brantano and Dreams.

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Unit 1, Merry Hill Retail Park

A standalone retail warehouse let to TJX UK t/a Homesense situated approximately 3.8 miles south-west of Dudley town centre and forming part of the Brierley Hill regional shopping area.

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West One Shopping Park, Eccles

West One Retail Park has a complicated history and was built as a high value shopping park in 2001 letting to Next, Uniqlo, JJB, Mothercare etc. It traded at its peak for over £70m but failed to secure a full retailer line up and due to retailer failures and break options, the park became virtually vacant.

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Drakehouse Retail Park, Sheffield

Drakehouse Retail Park is anchored by Homebase, Smyths Toys, Wickes & B&M. The scheme has a mixed use planning consent and sits next to the Crystal Peaks Shopping Centre and Retail Park, Sainsburys & Asda.

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