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At Bidwells we like to think we are a bit different from other property consultants. We don’t claim to do everything for everyone. But we do offer our clients unparalleled knowledge and access to the markets we serve – and these are some of the most interesting markets with the highest growth potential in the UK.

Much of our work is concentrated in the ‘Golden Triangle’ encompassed by Oxford, Cambridge and London. Key activity in this area is focused on the science & technology and education sectors. We also manage thousands of square miles of the UK’s countryside and coastline where we are helping clients to take advantage of opportunities in the high-performing areas of forestry, renewables, and agriculture.



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Our people

Patrick McMahon

Senior Partner


Finlay Clark

Managing Partner, Scotland

Fort William

Gerald Collins

Chief Financial Officer

Cambridge – Head Office

Mike Derbyshire

Partner, Head of Planning

Cambridge – Head Office, London

Richard Pilsworth

Partner, Building Consultancy

Cambridge – Head Office

Catherine Spitzer

Chief Operating Officer

Cambridge – Stonecross (Residential)

John Hoy

Head of Rural


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Latest from Bidwells

Breaking ground at Oxford’s new £90m Technology Park

Vital infrastructure work has started for a new £90m science and technology park which will provide much needed R&D and hi-tech space for Oxfordshire’s growing A34 Knowledge Economy Spiney.

First Minister recognises key role of Scotland’s rural sector at packed RHS seminar

Leading UK law firm, Shepherd and Wedderburn and Bidwells’ property consultants were delighted to host First Minister Nicola Sturgeon at their breakfast seminar in the President’s Pavilion at the Royal Highland Show this morning, Friday June 23.

Oxfordshire’s Largest Ever Speculative Commercial Development Scheme

The appetite for commercial space at Harwell Campus, near Oxford is growing unabated and today Harwell Campus announces the largest speculative commercial development in Oxfordshire’s history.
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