Lloyd Piggott become DJH Mitten Clarke Manchester

After announcing the new partnership of Lloyd Piggott and DJH Mitten Clarke back in July, today we have officially joined together. Lloyd Piggott have taken on the name DJH Mitten Clarke, becoming the Manchester office for our business.


We’ve been working behind the scenes to bring the two of us together, to ensure the transition is smooth and seamless, and you can now read more about it here.

Both Sue Redmond and Paula Abbott continue to run the Manchester office from St George’s House, working alongside Lindsey Shepherd and Scott Heath to continue to deliver our future ambitions in the North-West and ultimately, delivering an even greater service for our clients.

Scott Heath, Executive Director, said “Today is an exciting chapter in our story. Opening a substantial Manchester City Centre office has always been part of our plan and it is fantastic that we have now made it happen.

“The team at Lloyd Piggott are very much aligned to our business; they’re honourable, they’re ambitious and above all, they’re passionate about people and the community. All key ingredients for a great partnership.”

Read more about DJH Mitten Clarke Manchester here.

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