Philip Angell is Director of Property Management responsible for the management of office, retail, industrial premises and residential apartment blocks.
Philip is Director of the firm’s dedicated Property Management team and has over 30 years’ experience across all commercial property sectors. He acts for clients ranging from individuals with a single property to PLCs and Public Sector bodies. He provides a director-led, proactive approach to property asset management services including budgeting and financial planning having overseen Planned Expenditure Programmes for a number of commercial and residential management company clients. He advises landlords and tenants on Landlord & Tenant matters and in service charge disputes, and has acted as Expert Witness at Hearings in the High Court, County Court and Leasehold Valuation Tribunal.
Areas of Expertise
- Property Management/Planned Expenditure Programme – management of Brunel House, a 225,000 sq ft multi-let office building in Cardiff with annual service charge expenditure in excess of £1m and overseeing a multi-million-pound replacement/refurbishment of plant and machinery
- Planned Preventative Maintenance Programme –Implementation of a 10 year PPM programme at Castle Court, Cardiff, a residential apartment block of 148 flats
- Property Management – SA1, Swansea, a 100 acre regeneration project by Welsh Government.
- Property management – management of the 150 acre Wentloog Corporate Park
- Property management – management of Taff Business Centre/Fairway Court, Treforest , a family owned estate with 28 industrial properties and 3 office buildings
- Consultancy - acting for Euroclad as part of a consortium that facilitated the construction of an International Rail Freight Terminal in Cardiff.
Philip enjoys watching sport, particularly rugby and cricket. He serves on the committee of his local rugby club, Pentyrch RFC and is a former Chairman of their Mini & Junior Section. He enjoys playing golf, going to the gym and walking, particularly on the Pembrokeshire coastal path