Office Agency

Worthington Owen has more than 35 years office agency experience in Liverpool and has a comprehensive knowledge of all facets of the office market.

We are selective in terms of the instructions we take on and only work on buildings where we feel we can add real value through a focused and bespoke marketing strategy.

Occupier Services

Worthington Owen specialises in providing services to businesses whose requirements fundamentally underpin the whole property sector.

We enjoy working with businesses to help ensure their property is fully aligned with their business and delivers value through achieving operational and cost efficiencies.

Whist most of our work is centred on Liverpool, we advise occupiers nationwide.

Jackson Canter are very much indebted to you for the dedication you showed to the task of moving us to our new premises in Walker House. Your attention to detail and wise advice and excellent negotiation skills led us to a very good solution representing excellent value for money. Many thanks for your hard work.

Andrew Holdroyd OBE, CEO, Jackson & Canter

In 2014, Mark was our agent on a property transaction that secured a remarkable deal and significant benefits which will remain with the business for many years which culminated in a fantastic location for the expansion of our business here at 3300 Daresbury Park.

The deal on 3300 Daresbury Park, which has been described as ‘unbelievable’ and ‘extraordinary’, was nothing short of a rollercoaster transaction in which Mark’s knowledge and experience in the commercial property market, as well as his negotiation skills and deft handling of difficult landlords and third parties, was equally as impressive.

Matt Gillett, Director of Change and Transformation, Ombudsman Services

Investment Agency

The City is experiencing unprecedented levels of investment activity and at Worthington Owen we are able to provide boutique investment advice to vendors and purchasers in Liverpool. In addition, we add real value through our unrivalled knowledge of the local occupier market.