Oliver and Simon have worked in different sectors of property agency in prime central London. Their joint skills have proved very useful to their clients.
While many of their clients are buying or selling homes, they have found that domestic and international investors wish to consider both commercial and residential property. Often it may start by applicants or clients wishing to in find a home or pied-a-terre in London, but can develop into making further investment in a vibrant market, where prime London property is considered an important asset.
Oliver started his career on Sloane Street in the commercial department at Marler and Marler. Within 2 years Oliver was Head of Retail / Investment and stayed with the company for 5 years. From the age of 26 Oliver has since always had his own company and was Head of Residential Sales / Commercial Property at Patterson Bowe in Knightsbridge for 5 years. Oliver left Patterson Bowe to join Simon Pritchard Smith where together they set up the company known today as Ovington Property.
SIMON PRITCHARD SMITH
Simon has over 30 years experience in prime central London property. Simon joined Knight Frank in 1999 as a partner in their private clients buying department and was there for 6 years. Simon left Knight Frank to help set up Robert Bailey Property in Chelsea and was with the company for 7 years. He represents numerous high net worth individuals and families acquiring homes and investments both for residential and commercial purposes.
Neville joined Ovington Property in 2019 after 9 years at Jones Norris Adams in the West End. Neville is a highly experienced Chartered Surveyor and agent and he brings with him top flight letting and office search expertise. Neville handles often complex rent review negotiations and has an encyclopaedic knowledge of the office market in central London. Neville’s clients come to him time and time again especially from the film, TV and Creative sectors. He has special skills in advising Charities on how to move offices efficiently and avoid the bear traps.