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INSIDE BIZ Auction house's prestige order LEADING Midland auction house CPBigwood has won a further three year contract with Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council to sell the local authority's surplus property stock.

The firm has been Sandwell's auction house of choice for 15 years.

CPBigwood senior partner Rory Daly said: "More and more local authorities in the Midlands are choosing to use auctions to raise cash from their property assets, both built and land, and all the ingredients are there to create a thriving auction market regionally.

"Local authority stock is perfect auction fodder and when regular auction buyers are aware that we are appointed auctioneers for the majority of West Midlands authorities, including Birmingham, Sandwell, Wolverhampton, Solihull and Walsall with ad hoc lots from Wyre Forest and Dudley, they know what to expect."

LEADING Midland auction house CPBigwood has won a further three year contract with Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council to sell the local authority's surplus property stock.

The firm has been Sandwell's auction house of choice for 15 years.

CPBigwood senior partner Rory Daly said: "More and more local authorities in the Midlands are choosing to use auctions to raise cash from their property assets, both built and land, and all the ingredients are there to create a thriving auction market regionally.

"Local authority stock is perfect auction fodder and when regular auction buyers are aware that we are appointed auctioneers for the majority of West Midlands authorities, including Birmingham, Sandwell, Wolverhampton, Solihull and Walsall with ad hoc lots from Wyre Forest and Dudley, they know what to expect."

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Publication:Birmingham Mail (England)
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Date:Apr 30, 2015
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