Successful Year in the Property Industry

Nock Deighton staff have been praised for their first-class customer service which has helped the company have a very successful 2014.


The Bridgnorth branch scooped the Top Office prize at the company’s annual dinner held at The Hundred House Hotel, in Norton. It follows a successful 12 months of selling houses in Bridgnorth and surrounding areas.


The team were presented with a shield in recognition of their ongoing commitment to providing exceptional customer service.


Company managing director Graham Taylor said the team - made up of Andrew Ainge, Rachel Jones, Charlotte Vale, Kim Pardoe and Annett Jones - had exceeded all targets and demonstrated a real commitment to the firm.


He said: “Nock Deighton has had a very successful year and that is down to the hard work and commitment of all our staff. The Bridgnorth team have had an extremely busy 12 months selling houses and have hit all their targets and beyond which is just fantastic.


“They have continually demonstrated exceptional customer service to both buyers and sellers and thoroughly deserve to win this award in recognition of their achievements throughout the year.


“Here at Nock Deighton we pride ourselves on providing first-class customer service at all our offices and with restored confidence in the housing market we are looking forward to another great year helping the people of Shropshire find their perfect home.”


Mr Taylor, who recently became an ambassador for Shropshire, said the company’s aim for 2015 would be to promote Shropshire as a destination to live and do business.


More than 60 employees attended the black tie event, which as well as celebrating the company’s annual success also recognised the achievements of individuals.


Andrew Ainge, residential sales manager at the Bridgnorth office, was handed the award for Top Employee by company chairman Robin Nettleton.


The evening celebration, which took place at the end of October, was themed entirely around Shropshire including a three course meal of carefully selected Shropshire produce.


In recognition of their hard work, employees were also given a free pass to enjoy a day out at a Shropshire venue taking part in activities such as clay pigeon shooting, archery and a driving experience.


Music was provided by Shropshire violin and violin cello duo, Sounds Interesting, who played a compilation of music by Paganini - the legendary violinist who performed at The Lion on Wyle Cop in Shrewsbury back in 1833 just after Nock Deighton was founded.

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