New home for Breakey & Nuttall

Oldham Business Edge magazine. Breakey & Nuttall. PIC shows L-R: Joanne Nuttall, Glenn Drake-Owen and Chris Breakey.

Breakey & Nuttall moved onto Salmon Fields Business Park a number of years ago, taking occupation of ground floor premises which seemed more than adequate at that time, however, they diversified into commercial property management and following an investment into technology and two new key members of staff, a relocation to larger premises was needed.

Managing partner Joanne Nuttall said: “As a business we will never stand still, our team of hard working individuals are the biggest asset to Breakey & Nuttall and without them we could not deliver the professional service we continuously strive to offer. We have seen a significant growth in the business over the past few years due to our clients, who return to us repeatedly, for best advice and to maximise their investments.

“When the opportunity arose to secure larger premises in a prominent position at No 7 Salmon Fields Business Village, the decision was an easy one.

The move has enabled us to provide an executive boardroom, better parking facilities for our visitors and my partners; Chris
Breakey, Glenn and I to each enjoy our own offices as well as providing scope for further expansion for each of our departments to operate even more efficiently.”

The team offers a comprehensive Commercial Property Management service that resolves issues such as late or non-payment of rent, tenant repairs and maintenance and ensures property owners and their tenants comply with the law.

In addition, they now offer a rating service, as business rates are the second highest cost to most businesses, enabling clients to understand their rates bill and assisting with them with the new “Check, Challenge & Appeal” process. Some clients pay less or no longer pay any business rates due to our involvement.

Chris Breakey said that rating is a key service which was previously outsourced: “It is extremely important to take professional
advice from a trusted source for any business rates issues and we strongly advise against engaging with anyone that has cold called or emailed. We felt it was key to offer this service directly to our clients.”

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