Leeds estate agent Manning Stainton move to new headquarters to accommodate growing team

Leeds-based estate agent, Manning Stainton, has moved to a bigger head office tohouse its expanding team, which has grown by 10% over the past 12 months.

The estate agency group’s new office is in Caledonia House on Lawnswood Business Park,

and will be home to 70 of the business’s employees.

Speaking of the move, Mark Manning, Manning Stainton’s managing director, said: “Our head office in Horsforth had simply become too small to accommodate our growing team and we needed to move to a bigger premise to give us the space we need both now and in the future.

Mark Manning with staff outside new Manning and Stainton officesMark Manning with staff outside new Manning and Stainton offices
Mark Manning with staff outside new Manning and Stainton offices
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“The new office is large enough to comfortably accommodate our central team and has multiple meeting and breakout spaces that our teams can use to meet, train and relax in, all complete with bespoke artwork to reflect the importance of our people and values.

“We’re looking forward to further developing the newly formed Northern Estate Agency

Group and our new office gives us the space we need to achieve our future business


The new office will also provide enough space to allow the business to continue its

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expansion plans, following a major acquisition last year, which saw it acquire two well known

Lancashire estate agents, Ryder & Dutton and Mortimers.

The Manning Stainton, Ryder & Dutton and Mortimers brands were all retained but joined together under an umbrella company, the Northern Estate Agencies Group.

Manning Stainton operates through 17 sales and letting branches across West Yorkshire, with offices in Leeds, Wetherby and Wakefield. The company also operates Fine & Country, its specialist division that deals with high-value and unique properties.