Graves Son & Pilcher
Trusted property professionals since 1897
Graves Son & Pilcher are a full-service property firm, specialising in residential block management.
We have a strong Commercial Agency who deal with sales, lettings and acquisitions and a team of Chartered Surveyors offering a range of professional services. These complementary services include RICS valuations and advice on all landlord and tenant matters.
Established over 120 years ago, our knowledge and experience are unrivalled by any other local agency. Our strength is our staff: a team of professionals, each expert in their field who pride themselves on delivering an excellent service.
Whilst retaining our traditional values, we are a company that has moved with the times, energised by new people and new properties alongside long-standing staff and loyal clients. From our prestigious offices in the centre of Brighton, we cover Sussex, Kent and Surrey.
Our key services
Over 100 years’ experience managing apartment blocks, estates, small converted buildings, shops, offices and mixed developments.Read more
Specialist advice on all landlord and tenant matters including valuations, lease renewals, rent reviews and business rates.Read more
Featured commercial properties
UNIT 2, SEA VIEW WAY WOODINGDEAN BUSINESS PARK
4,855 ft² / 451 m²
Modern Industrial Unit with Offices
"Graves Son & Pilcher have handled all aspects of property management for me for the past 20 years; this has always been done in a professional, efficient and friendly manner. I have found them prepared to go the extra mile to secure the right tenants and to look after my interests in the properties. They are always available for advice on whatever they are dealing with on my behalf. It has been a pleasure to deal with them and I would highly recommend them.”Jill Scully (Director, Duke Street Properties Ltd., Brighton)
— 2 Jul 2020 13:58:58 by Scott Lynch
The other day I read an article on the BBC news site about how the commercial sector is going to be affected by… you know what. “The new normal” and other catchphrases are starting to wear thin; I’ve certainly heard enough of the endless stream of negativity. …read full post
— 11 Jun 2020 14:23:20 by David Renaut
Brighton & Hove City Council have used emergency government funding to make it easier for people to socially distance as the city reopens. Work has already begun on widening the pavements in the Old Town and St. …read full post