who we are


markatkins MRICS


Mark founded Mark Atkins Associates in October 1997 and he has over 35 years of experience in the commercial property industry. Having worked for Hartnell Taylor Cook in Bristol and GVA in Birmingham, where he ran the Investment Department, he has extensive knowledge of the Midlands, South West and South Wales markets.

A Chartered Surveyor, Mark is married with 2 children and he enjoys rugby (sadly, now only watching), walking, swimming, cycling and playing tennis (badly!).

what we do

We take pride in our advice as well as many of the longstanding relationships we have built with our clients over the years.

We have a proven track record of achieving excellent results when selling or buying properties on behalf of our many clients which include institutions, trusts, charities, property companies and private individuals.

The firm draws on a comprehensive and detailed knowledge of the market to provide reliable analysis of market evidence, past performance and future trends and expectations.

In conjunction with the Property Management Team we provide the following services:

  • Single asset and portfolio disposals.
  • Sourcing both on and off market investment acquisition opportunities.
  • Cash flow and performance analysis.
  • Portfolio review and preparation of strategic disposal plans.
  • Consultancy to business on property related matters including specialist advice on sale and leasebacks.
  • Development funding advice

For further information please contact Mark Atkins at

case study

Radford’s Field Industrial Estate – Oswestry

This fifteen unit industrial estate, originally developed by English Estates in the early 1990’s, was purchased by clients of ours, in an off market transaction, as part of a wide ranging brief to establish a commercial property investment portfolio with an end vale of c £15m.

Included in the purchase was a vacant parcel of land which was the subject of an Easement in favour of Severn Trent for a pipeline. The land was restricted to agricultural / amenity use thereby rendering it undevelopable and so of nil or nominal value.

Following considerable due diligence it was established the pipeline had never been constructed and indeed the Easement was no longer required. After Deeds of Release were entered into a planning consent for the construction of additional industrial accommodation was obtained resulting in a significant enhancement in the value of the freehold reversion.

Additionally, in our capacity as managing agents on the estate, some vacant accommodation has been let establishing a new rental tone which will assist in the forthcoming rent reviews.