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Manchester Evening News Appoints Law Of The Few

It has come full circle for LAW OF THE FEW directors Jill Burdett and Dan Gledhill after their property PR agency was appointed to supply residential property copy for the Manchester Evening News.

The pair first worked together on the MEN’s ‘HOMES’ residential property supplement back in 2002.

As a specialist property agency, LAW OF THE FEW now provides content for MEN Property on a retained basis.

Director Dan Gledhill, said: “The Manchester Evening News has always been at the forefront of residential property news and remains the country’s most popular regional online newspaper.

“Residential property news is just one of the reasons the MEN continues to grow its number of web users, with readers keen to hear about the latest new developments and trends in the property market affecting all areas within Greater Manchester.

“Being a specialist property agency we were ideally positioned to supply interesting, informative and engaging property content to the MEN and we look forward to helping the MEN continue to build on its impressive property readership.”

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Three New Account Wins For Law Of The Few

Manchester property PR and marketing agency LAW OF THE FEW has picked up three new accounts.

The King Street agency, led by ex-Manchester Evening News colleagues Jill Burdett and Dan Gledhill, has been appointed on a retained basis by Deansgate-based law firm Slater Heelis.

Developer McCauls briefed LAW OF THE FEW to launch and market Warehaus Ancoats, a development of 32 apartments and townhouses within a warehouse conversion and part new build aimed at local owner occupiers.

The agency has also been appointed by hotel, leisure and care specialist property consultancy Jenics to profile major deals in these sectors.

Dan Gledhill, joint managing director of LAW OF THE FEW PR, said: “Jenics has been instrumental in securing a staggering series of deals in the hotel and leisure markets, not only in Manchester and the North West but across the UK.

“We’ve been amazed at how many national leisure brands have been able to successfully expand their businesses following insight and advice from Jenics and there are even more exciting deals in the pipeline.

“Slater Heelis fits perfectly into our client portfolio with the firm having a particularly strong commercial property department split across their city centre and Sale offices. The firm is also currently advising on deals that will bring thousands of new residential units into Manchester.

“Warehaus Ancoats is another great brief to promote the innovative re-use of one of Manchester’s important heritage buildings and expand this growing neighbourhood.

“We were sold on the passion this family business has to convert the former German toy factory situated in the Ancoats Conservation Area into stylish new homes aimed at owner occupiers.”

LAW OF THE FEW was established in 2016 and specialises in property, professionals and place making PR and marketing.

UK Property Professionals Appoints Law Of The Few

The UK’s fastest growing property network, UK Property Professionals, has appointed Manchester PR & marketing agency Law Of The Few.

Since 2010, UK Property Professionals has run more than 200 events across the UK, attracting more than 10,000 attendees and last month hosted its first property finance conference in Manchester, having recently opened a new office in the city.

Now firmly established as one of the leading property networks in both London and Scotland, the free membership organisation is looking to further strengthen its presence across the Northern Powerhouse cities of Manchester and Liverpool.

Law Of The Few will help raise awareness of the group’s online community, its extensive programme of events, conferences and networking forums and help build and share the bank of property research available to members.

Dan Gledhill, joint managing director of Law Of The Few said: “UK Property Professionals’ ethos is simply about building connections which fits perfectly with what our agency is about.

“We’re looking forward to help bring together more of the UK’s network of property professionals and business media to share knowledge and collaborate on exciting new projects.”

Mark Antscherl, CEO and founder of UK Property Professionals, said: “As a deal focussed community we wanted to work with an agency with connections in both the residential and commercial sectors.

“Law Of The Few has the skills and experience to raise our profile and help our members create even more business opportunities.”

Spree of national media coverage for Green Hills

Good things certainly come in threes for Green Hills with Law Of The Few PR delivering three national newspaper hits recently for Kingswood Homes and HemingwayDesign.

First up was a double page spread interview piece for Wayne Hemingway in The Sunday Times talking about why he chose his old home town for his ambitions new development.

This was closely followed with a positive piece in The Sun’s property column which described the development as “spectacular.”

Third up was a full page interview for Kingswood Homes MD Paul Jones and Wayne Hemingway in The Express which included a link to the development website, prices and a sales number.

A new home for Law of the Few PR

As a specialist property PR agency, Law of the Few is regularly sharing office related news on behalf of clients. However, this time it’s about us.

We have recently taken the keys to our new office on King Street in the heart of Manchester city centre.

The agency was previously based in Castlefield but the opportunity to occupy space in one of Manchester’s most prestigious addresses was simply too good to refuse.

Law of the Few director, Jill Burdett, said: “We were offered the opportunity to move to 49 King Street and jumped at the chance.

“King Street is not only one of Manchester’s best known streets, it is right in the heart of the property and professionals business district and the office has excellent facilities for our growing agency.

“We now have larger client meeting room facilities and a much wider range of restaurants on our doorstep for those important strategic planning meetings.”

Let’s just hope the FD isn’t reading this.

The (Green) Hills Are Alive

Law Of The Few has been retained as the PR adviser for one of the UK’s highest profile new residential developments.

‘Green Hills Blackburn’ is the latest development to be designed by Wayne Hemingway and developed by NW-based developer Kingswood Homes.

Ultimately 167 new homes will be built in the semi-rural hills of Feniscowles and Law of the Few has been briefed to raise public awareness of the new scheme.

Agency director, Dan Gledhill said: “It is 15 years since Wayne Hemingway hit out at the ‘Wimpeyfication’ of British housing so when we saw the plans for this site we couldn’t wait to get started.

“There are 41 different house designs in the first phase alone and nothing about this site is standard, which makes the PR brief even more exciting.

“Kingswood Homes has a track record for delivering developments to the highest possible standards so we’re looking forward to telling potential customers about this unique mix of build quality, coupled with Wayne and Gerardine Hemingway’s inimitable design style.”

Law of the Few’s first task was to publicise the successful planning application which delivered a wide range of positive media coverage and was soon followed up by a double page spread in The Sunday Times.

An ongoing campaign aimed at maintaining regional customer awareness and developing local connections is now underway.