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Meet the Team : Stewart Smith

Stewart Smith

I am a Senior Associate in the Property team specialising in commercial property work. I have particular expertise in landlord and tenant matters, sales and purchases for occupiers and investors and secured lending work.

I also have experience dealing with leases of telecom mast sites and renewable energy developments.

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Joined SAS Daniels: 2015

What people say about me:

"Stewart provided a service which was comprehensive. His ability to understand our requirements and how they related to our overall business plan showed his expertise in the field. Customer service is first class." (Arthur Beechey, CEO, Agoriad Cyf)

"Ben and I both enjoyed working with you and indeed we very much appreciated the hard work which you completed for us and we value the manner in which you went about your work, which was excellent." (Richard Rees, MD, North Wales Hydro Power Limited)

"I must say I’m very impressed with how you all at SAS Daniels go that extra mile to get things like this pushed through." (Darren Clark, GM, GDM Cooler Manufacturing Ltd)

Why I'm no ordinary professional:

I enjoy developing a close relationship with my clients so that I can understand their business and their objectives. I aim to deliver a high standard of service to all of my clients and I am always looking for ways to improve the standard of the service that I provide.

Get in touch

Phone: 01244 305919

Mobile: 07713 476 216

Qualified: 1992

A bit about me

What's the best place you've visited and why?

Elgol on the Isle of Skye. The view of the Cuillins from this point on the island is the most dramatic and awe-inspiring view that I have ever seen. The mountains appear to emerge from the sea and this setting adds to impact of their size and scale.

What is your most embarrassing moment?

When I was newly qualified I was asked to attend a formal dinner and I was assured that the dress code was black tie. It wasn’t and I spent the whole evening being mistaken for a waiter.

What was your first/most interesting job?

I once worked as a bouncer at Goodwood Racecourse.