Powell Lloyd is a niche commercial investment and development firm of Chartered Surveyors, established in July 2010. Located in Cardiff and with extensive expertise throughout the UK, Powell Lloyd specialise in providing professional and quality advice on the acquisition and disposal of commercial property.
Focusing in both South Wales and throughout the wider UK, Powell Lloyd advises a number of major institutions, overseas investors and private clients, across all sectors of the commercial property market. All clients benefit from direct access to senior surveyors, ensuring that they receive the highest level of service. All of our surveyors are members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
Mid Wales, South Wales
3rd Floor, Capital Tower, Greyfriars Road, Cardiff, CF10 3AZ
James started his career working in Central London for Angermann Goddard & Loyd specialising in out of town retail agency. He completed his Real Estate Management degree at Kingston University achieving First Class Honours.
Having moved back to Cardiff in 2005, James joined Stephenson & Alexander concentrating on investment agency and worked between the firm's two offices in Cardiff and London sourcing primarily off market investment opportunities. After gaining his RICS qualification James was offered a directorship at the company. His trusted clients include numerous UK institutional investors, private investors and property companies.
Dan graduated from the University of the West of England, Bristol studying Property Management & Investment.
He started his career working with EJ Hales based in Cardiff followed by a move to Stephenson & Alexander where he completed his APC and became a Chartered Surveyor, progressing swiftly to Director. He worked primarily in the agency departments advising on acquisitions and disposals across various sectors throughout South Wales and over time has operated with a particular bias towards development and investment throughout the region and beyond. His clients include numerous UK Institutions, property companies, national occupiers and developers.