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Ashville The South West


Ashville are a property Asset Management company that have carved out a niche for creating exciting and successful office schemes from tired, unwanted and commercially unviable buildings. Our passion lies in taking these problematic buildings and with our in house team of experts turning them into unique work spaces that business can enjoy and flourish from. The core strategy for every scheme remains consistent, to focus on the end users requirements and create an environment that businesses want to be part of and can thrive.


Each building does however have its own unique character, restrictions and opportunities and occupier profiles, demands and requirements can vary from building to building. We therefore pride ourselves on understanding the market demands for each asset and adapting our strategy accordingly.


Ashville have a wide range of specialist skills and knowledge. This allows us to take a building from its initial purchase right through the redevelopment, asset strategy, marketing/branding, lettings and ongoing asset management.


Working together as a team creates a synergistic approach to our strategies and bringing all our areas of expertise together as one helps ensure a well- rounded and efficient approach.


Throughout 2019 we predominantly focused on our clients existing assets to maximise their returns and ensure the buildings remained current and stayed ahead of the ongoing changes in occupier demands.


Despite the turbulent economic and political conditions we have had a positive year. Some of these successes include:


Two central Cardiff multi-let office buildings totalling circa 70,000 sq ft achieving above market rental growth and maintaining 100% occupancy


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