Butler Sherborn in new corporate move for the new year

• The Cotswold property specialist became a LLP from January 1

• Two new partners join founding partner, Sam Butler

Butler Sherborn, the Cotswold property specialist with offices in Cirencester, Burford, Stow-on-the-Wold, Oxford and Wantage, has changed its business status to become a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) with effect from January 1, 2018.

In addition, two new partners - Elizabeth D’Allemagne and Richard Greasby have been appointed to join Sam Butler who founded the business in 1991.

“The move to become a Limited Liability Partnership will support the growth of the company, and is a really exciting opportunity for our clients, employees and partners,” says Sam.

“We have established a firm foundation over the past 26 years as the leading independent property specialist in the Cotswolds, and developed a name for serving our clients. This transition to LLP status will place the business on a solid footing for the future, and better meet our clients’ requirements.”

With specialisations in residential and rural property sales and lettings, professional services that embrace valuations, equestrian, farm, estate and land consultancy, Butler Sherborn is a full-service property and land agency.

Commented Elizabeth D’Allemagne who heads-up the Stow-on-the-Wold office: “Having worked with Sam since 2000, this is a fantastic opportunity, and I am so excited about being more closely involved with running the business. We have extremely loyal clients and staff, many of whom have worked for the firm for over 10 years, and giving them a greater sense of ownership and responsibility will be good for everyone.”

Added Richard Greasby, partner in charge of Rural & Professional services: “I believe that becoming a LLP will better position the business for the future. It will enable us to further enhance our services while adapting more quickly to business and legislative change, providing clients with the best possible advice and new-thinking.”