Python Properties has announced it has doubled the size of its commercial property department and reached a major milestone of signing its 50th tenancy agreement.

The Middlesbrough-based company has increased its commercial workforce to 13 people by appointing a dedicated telesales team to cope with the increasing demand for office space, which has led to its 50th tenant moving into premises.

Since establishing the commercial property division in 2005 the company has regenerated six buildings and converted more than 150,000sq ft of business office space.

The two company partners, Martin Johnson and Peter Broome, believe the success of the commercial department is partly down to traditional customer service: “When we first entered the commercial market eight years ago we were committed to providing tenants with a first-class customer service, something that we still endeavor to do today,” said Mr Johnson.

He added: “Although the division is rapidly growing Peter and I are still at the heart of the company and liaise with all tenants direct. In what is still a vulnerable economic climate we are delighted to be welcoming new tenants and organically growing as a company all the time.”

Mr Broome, said: “We are unlike any other commercial property company in the region because of our passion to regenerate buildings of interest, such as the Cargo Fleet Building, which has extensive links to the steel industry in Teesside.

Python Properties’ commercial portfolio includes three Middlesbrough properties, The Cooperative Building, Royal Middlehaven House and Victoria House, as well as Maxwell’s Corner and Sheraton House in Stockton, and Bank Quay House in Warrington. The firm has also started a major £1.5m regeneration project of Cargo Fleet, which will be complete in April.

The latest tenant to sign a tenancy agreement with the firm is JBA Consulting, an environmental engineering firm, which has moved into Bank Quay House, Warrington.

Python Properties will also be recruiting a building manager for the Cargo Fleet Building in the coming months.

For further information about Python Properties’ commercial premises please call 01642 225100 or visit


     Python were pretty instrumental helping us make that transition getting into the building. We met with Martin & Peter and spoke to them in details as to what we would expect; they were very welcoming and accommodating in that regard. They were flexible about the Lease and they made it quite clear that they were there to help and support our business

Adam Paxton (Managing Director) & Thomas Howsam (Technical Director)
THAP, Middlesbrough (Former tenants Royal Middlehaven House)

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