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Alex Van Den Bogerd | Colliers | Bristol

Alex Van Den Bogerd

B.A. (Hons), M.Sc, MRICS

Surveyor

Industrial and Logistics

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About

Professional Summary

Alex joined Colliers in July 2019 as part of the Graduate Scheme. Alex is based within the Industrial and Logistics department in our Bristol office, specialising in the disposals and acquisitions of industrial units across the South West and South Wales regions. 

Since joining Colliers, Alex has developed a strong understanding of the regional multi-let market, in particular, and has completed a number of lettings for various clients including Unit 3 Vertex Park (15,700 sq ft - Chancerygate); Unit 27-28 Beeches Industrial Estate (14,537 sq ft - DTZ Investors); and Unit 1604 - 1605 Bridgwater Gateway (11,500 sq ft - Bridgwater Gateway Industrial Ltd).

Alex passed his APC in January 2022 and has now qualified as a Chartered Surveyor.

Accomplishments

Alex successfully trekked to Mount Everest Base Camp in 2014 and by doing so raised over £3,000 for Help for Heroes. The incredible experience was made even more worthwhile by raising money for such a great cause. 

Education

University of the West of England (UWE) - Real Estate Management MSc

University of Plymouth - BA (Hons) Geography 

Clients

Developers: Chancerygate, Trebor, Graftongate, Mountpark

Acquisitions: Screwfix, A-Plant, Halfords, Siemens

Disposals: DTZ Investors, Bridgwater Gateway Industrial Ltd, Aberdeen Standard Investments, Columbia Threadneedle, Northwood Investors, Summerfield Developments (SW) Ltd, Brinkgreen Ltd.

Services

Skills

Design and Build, Disposal Advice, Transaction Services, Warehouses

Service Lines

Occupier Services - Offices

Property Type

Industrial & Logistics

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