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In view of the current COVID-19 situation, we are following the Government’s advice and have introduced a home-working policy, with immediate effect. Our priority is obviously the safety and wellbeing of our colleagues, as well as continuing to provide our clients with the same high-value service that they have come to expect of us.  

However, we:

  • Will continue to work as normal
  • Will continue to be totally accessible via email and/or phone
  • Will opt for conference calls, rather than face-to-face meetings wherever possible
  • If face-to-face meetings are necessary, every precaution will be taken to ensure the safety of all participants

Having been in business for over 150 years, we know how to ensure that crises like this will not impact the quality of our advice, or the quality of our service.

Your usual contacts will continue to be available online or via mobile/telephone. If you cannot reach them, please do get in touch with another team member.

About us

Established over 150 years ago, today we are one of the nation’s leading multi-disciplinary property specialists – comprising almost 100 people based in five offices in London and the North West.

As an independent partnership, owned by the equity partners who work in the business, our firm’s integrated team of experts focus entirely on meeting and exceeding clients’ briefs and expectations.

Each team combines deep experience and expertise, with a proven track record of working together seamlessly - ensuring clients realise their occupancy and investment objectives, whilst minimising their costs and liabilities.

Whether advising on offices, industrial units, alternatives, retail premises, residential, mixed-use, clinical premises, or licensed premises and hotels, clients know that the counsel they receive will be informed, impartial and independent.


Market View

Impartial and insightful, our industry commentaries are avidly read and highly regarded.

Covid-19 Part III: ‘Blended Work Practices’

Matt Blaydon, one of our Building Consultancy experts considers the strategic implications of post-Covid-19 workplaces for business owners and landlords.

COVID-19 Park II: Exploding Our Equality Myth

Richard Clarke, Partner and Head of the City Agency team at Matthews & Goodman, discusses how working from home has created inequality.

Covid-19 Part I: Working In A Post Pandemic World

David Laws, Head of National Business Space team in Manchester breaks down the ABCs of WFH and how this will impact the workforce in the post Covid-19 world.

Survey: The Relationship Between UK Employees and Their Workplace

Find out more about the statistics behind the UK’s relationship with commuting and their workplace in Matthews & Goodman’s national survey. Read the full results.