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Savills bolsters its south west London residential sales business

Savills has expanded its residential sales teams in south west London with the appointment of two associate directors.

Oliver Morley joins as head of department in Richmond while Stephanie Mant will be based in the firm’s Wimbledon office.

Oliver comes to Savills with eight years’ experience in the property industry, having started his career at Douglas & Gordon. 


He later joined Aspire’s Wandsworth Bridge Road office where he rose from a junior sales negotiator to run the company’s Fulham office. 

His role at Savills will see him focus on the sale of flats and smaller houses across Richmond, Ham, Twickenham, St Margarets, and Kew as well as heading up a team which is set to expand with an additional recruit later this month. 

Oliver will also work closely with offices throughout Savills south west London region and network of 40 London offices.

Stephanie joins Savills with 14 years’ worth of experience, having started her career aged 16 at a local estate agency in Oxfordshire, before studying building surveying at Reading University. 

In 2008 she joined the residential sales team at James Pendleton, before taking on a sales manager role at Cluttons on Northcote Road. 

She later returned to James Pendleton as an associate director where she valued properties across the company’s south west London offices. At Savills Stephanie will operate in and around Wimbledon Village, Wimbledon Town and Southfields, focusing on the sale of large family homes valued upwards of £2m.

Robin Chatwin, head of Savills south west region, said:  “We are delighted to be expanding our residential business in an area of the capital that has continued to show strong levels of demand. Oliver and Stephanie are two highly valuable additions to the region and I am confident that they will further strengthen their respective teams and offices as well as the wider sales business in south west London.”


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