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Mathew Benton

Head of Building Survey (North) at Pick Everard

Manchester, United Kingdom

About Me

Experienced Building Surveyor with a demonstrated history of working in the construction industry. Skilled in delivery of capital projects, real estate appraisal and development, feasibility studies, working with tenants, and surveying. A strong client focused professional, leading the Building Surveying discipline for Pick Everard in the North of England. 

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Redeveloping our Heritage Properties

I am forever bemoaning our failure to make use of our existing resources.  This research, highlighting the loss of such a...

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GMCA approves further £20m for Stockport transport plan

The GMCA is continuing to invest in infrastructure improvement schemes across the region.   The latest approval sees the release of...

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Third round of the Local Growth Fund allocation

The GMCA is continuing to provide funding and support across the Greater Manchester area.  The latest round sees a number of key schemes...

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Allied London's Investment Continues

Another landmark scheme is edging closer to reality as the Trinity Island development edges closer to gaining approval.  

It looks like...

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A Greater Manchester

I'm not originally from Manchester but I have been here for over a decade and even in that time, I have seen an ever changing skyline.


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