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Teesside-based Python Properties was established in 1997 by its two partners Martin Johnson and Peter Broome (pictured here), with the aim of bringing high quality standards to the commercial and residential accommodation markets.
The company is unlike any other commercial property company in the region as a result of their passion to regenerate buildings of historical and local interest, such as the Cargo Fleet Building in Middlesbrough, which has extensive links to the steel industry in years gone by. Martin and Peter have also introduced the set up of community art galleries in their most recent commercial property regeneration projects as part of the Python Arts initiative – the galleries benefit the arts and in turn the local communities in which they are situated … not to mention providing a space for relaxation for their lucky tenants!
This unique innovative approach, together with a strong belief in traditional customer service, contributed to the company’s success. A success that has been recognised by the UK Arts & Business Awards in partnership with Jaguar Land Rover. Python Properties are delighted to have won the 2013 national corporate responsibility award – a tremendous accolade which recognises their successful partnership between the commercial and cultural sector in the company’s corporate strategy, with the installation and running of art galleries in their commercial let property buildings. Winning this prestigious award also gave Martin and Peter the opportunity to recently meet with Prince Charles, President of The Arts & Business Awards.
Martin and Peter have commented that “as well as strategy, a high level of trust in your advisers is essential to be a success, and that is where Springfords come in”. Springfords assist the owners in preparing meaningful monthly management accounts to help them make the financial decisions to run their business … not to mention providing them with good tax planning advice.
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