Our Head Office in Leeds is a two storey converted industrial unit that houses centralised functions such as: accounts, marketing, property management and sales progression. Having these key services under one roof allows us to streamline our processes, resulting in a more efficient, cost effective service for all our clients. Being set up in this way also allows our regional teams to focus on the most important thing – selling or letting your property! We have worked closely with a number of local designers and suppliers to fit out VP HQ and we’ve tried to use sustainable and ‘up-cycled’ materials, wherever possible.
We are committed to becoming a ‘zero waste’ office by the end of 2019 and have plans in place to install solar panels to further reduce our carbon footprint. We have always seen ourselves as a progressive agency, from our early beginnings as an online letting agency to the more recent investments we’ve made in various ‘prop-tech’ software. Investing in a greener future is therefore a natural step for us and we are proud that our whole team has bought into this concept. We look forward to keeping you informed on further initiatives via the VP blog.
Each year one of our Regional Managers selects a challenge and a charity to support. All the Regional Managers must undertake the challenge, but the events are also well supported by all our staff (and some brave clients)!
Great North Run
8th September 2019
I have chosen Epilepsy Research UK because a close family friend, Chris Allinson, suddenly passed away in early November 2018.
Chris, only 28 years old was a doting father to Millie, superb sportsman, great bloke and friend. Chris represented Yorkshire and England Cricket at various levels and played as a professional for many North Yorkshire South Durham League Cricket clubs. Chris also played squash at a very high standard and local league darts, he was immensely popular and is sadly missed.
Money raised for Epilepsy Research UK will contribute to vital scientific research into the causes, treatments and prevention of epilepsy.