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Steve Gadsby

Steve commenced employment as a Trainee Chartered Surveyor with Maynard & Co.  In 1975 he attended Bristol Polytechnic (now The University of West England) and was awarded a Bachelor of Science Degree in Valuation and Estate Management enabling him to qualify as a Chartered Surveyor with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

Steve further qualified, thereafter, as a Fellow of the former Incorporated Society of Valuers and Auctioneers, and Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in 1998.  His most recent qualification is as an RICS Registered Valuer.

Steve’s career progression continued from Maynard & Co. when this company was acquired by Prudential Property Services, for whom he became an Area Director for Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and East Staffordshire before deciding to leave the ‘corporate world’ and opened a Chartered Surveyors and Estate Agency in Derby in 1989 as Harpur Gadsby, who then merged to become Gadsby Orridge, and more latterly as Gadsby Nichols.

Therefore, needless to say, Steve has had an intimate knowledge of the Derby Residential Market for over thirty-five years and nowadays specialises in Residential Estate Agency, Land and New Homes, and Valuation.

The Residential Estate Agency department has been retained by a considerable number of local Solicitors for professional valuations, sales, and probate etc., and prides itself on a considerable amount of repeat business from former clients.

Steve Gadsby has also been retained, over many years, by a considerable number of local and national Developers for marketing and valuation advice on a number of residential developments in the area.

At Gadsby Nichols we have a clear goal - to provide the best quality advice and service to each and every one of our clients. This commitment underpins all our activities and means we have invested heavily in our most important resource - our people.

Steve Gadsby BSc FRICS Director

Don’t forget, we are regulated by RICS - the mark of professionalism