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Lloyd Entwistle | Colliers | London - West End

Lloyd Entwistle

B.Sc (Hons), MRICS

Director | Agency & Development

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Professional Summary

Lloyd specialises in leasing and development advice nationally. He focuses on driving performance of prime assets through active asset management for a wide range of institutional and private landlords, property companies and developers.

With 15 years experience in the retail market Lloyd focuses on the top regional towns and cities accross the country. In this ever evolving market place Lloyd has advised on the re-development of large blocks and department stores to incorporate a mix of uses throughout the UK including retail, leisure, hotels and residential.




Recent instructions include;

Beales Department Store - Saffron Walden - Mixed use residential, retail and leisure scheme - Private Developer

House of Fraser - Lincoln - Mixed use re-development - Patrizia

Royal Exchange Manchester - Leasing and Asset Management - Hines


University of Reading

Membership Involvements

British Council of Shopping Centres Shop Agents Society


Aberdeen Standard Investments



Beyond Retail Property Fund




Oxford City Council




Shearer Property Group




High Street Retail, Development Advisory, Lease Advisory

Property Type

Retail, Hotels, Licensed & Leisure, Residential



Featured Research

26 Jun 2019

Midsummer Retail Report 2019

After an unprecedented year of turmoil, the UK retail sector and the property market that it supports is having to reinvent itself.
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23 May 2018

Midsummer Retail Report 2018

When a market becomes as dislocated as UK retail property currently is, you have to look beyond the standard property metrics to see what is happening.
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Featured News

7 Jul 2021

Decathlon sports new store in Cheltenham

Canada Life Asset Management has secured Decathlon as the latest tenant at Cheltenham’s Regent Arcade.
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8 Apr 2021

Summer of opportunity lies ahead for our town centres

As the end of lockdown is in sight, inevitably attention has turned to the summer and just what a return to normality could mean for our high streets. Many argued that Monday was too late for many shops and restaurants to reopen. Finding the right balance between public health and the economy will be crucial to success, but it isn’t set to be all doom and gloom, there are a number of reasons for optimism.
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