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Northallerton Station is located on the fringe of this bustling market town, close to North Yorkshire County Council’s HQ. Northallerton is the gateway to the northern Yorkshire Dales.
Situated on the East Coast Mainline, train services are provided to London, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Durham, York and Manchester with local services to Middlesborough.
The latest passenger figures available from the Office of Rail & Road (2021/22) estimate in excess of 680,000 annual passenger entries and exits at the station.
Senior Portfolio Manager
Martin began his career with Natwest where he was seconded into a specialist estate management and development team looking after the bank’s northwest portfolio of operational branches and tenanted units . He moved into private practice as Head of Asset Management with one of Manchester’s largest independent firms where clients included Hammerson, Scholl and Moss Chemists. He later joined GVA (now Avison Young) as Associate Director of the Property Management Consultancy team in Manchester where his clients included Prudential , Scottish Provident, English Partnerships in addition to private individuals and overseas investors. Properties included blue chip business parks, industrial , office developments , mixed use schemes and shopping centres.
More recently Martin has managed private sector property teams looking after outsourced property portfolios on behalf of local authorities. Initially with Capita on behalf of Blackburn with Darwen Council and then with Amey on behalf of Trafford Council. These roles also included working closely with Directors of Growth and Place to identify and deliver asset and development opportunities.
Martin joined Amey TPT in 2022 and currently manages the TransPennnine Express contract. He brings over 35 years of experience specialising in property and asset management and working across all sectors for both landlord investors and tenant occupiers.
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