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1813 Club and Premier Members


Chartered surveyor joins forces with property firm


Edgbaston-based chartered surveyor Pennycuick Collins has merged with fellow commercial property firm Cosnett Price. Cosnett founding partner Alan Price has moved to


Pennycuick Collins’ offices at 54 Hagley Road to focus on industrial and commercial agency work. Cosnett was founded some 35 years ago and its


clients were mainly commercial property investors and occupiers within the West Midlands region. Significant transactions completed by Cosnett in


recent months include the letting of a 28,000 sq ft facility in Cradley Heath to an international business, and advising Evac+Chair International on its move to a 38,000 sq ft facility at IM Properties’ Connexion scheme at Blythe Valley, Solihull. The firm has also advised on development schemes in Digbeth and around Birmingham’s inner ring road. Pennycuick Collins director Richard Moxon said:


“Cosnett Price has built a tremendous reputation in the West Midlands throughout its 35 years of trading. “Pennycuick Collins is one of the region’s largest independent property consultancies and we share the same values as Alan in our drive to deliver a personalised service to our clients. “We have continued to grow our business and win


new work throughout the pandemic, quickly adapting our business model to meet the challenges presented. This is proof that clients with property assets value the advice we are able to offer.”


Logistics software venture launches


Lichfield and Tamworth Chamber of Commerce president James Blackman has established a new logistics software business, CocoonFMS. The business is a sister company


to Mr Blackman’s digital marketing agency, Cocoonfxmedia. CocoonFMS will provide tools


Alan Price: Demand for space is bouyant Alan Price said: “I am genuinely excited to be


joining the team at Pennycuick Collins in a move which will give us a strong platform to look after our clients’ needs. “Throughout our discussions in recent months I


have been impressed with the synergies between our organisations, and am looking forward to working with everyone at 54 Hagley Road. “Real Estate is regarded as a relatively stable


investment and there has been a resurgence in interest for commercial property, at a time when demand for logistics and industrial space is buoyant. We remain optimistic that this will continue in 2020 and beyond.”


and systems to logistics businesses and freight forwarders, via its CocoonFMS digital logistics product, which the firm say will increase productivity, save money and boost operating efficiencies. The business will be led by Mr Blackman and Glen Tapper. Both are managing partners of the firm. Mr Blackman said: “CocoonFMS


presents an exciting proposition to the logistics industry. Digitalising the supply chain by offering affordable software solutions which can allow the SME Logistics providers to compete with the larger freight forwarders. "Our expertise in logistics is


second to none and our ‘hands on’ knowledge of how clients interact with their data will be critical in providing the right software to enhance and improve our customers operations and customer loyalty.”


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