Joseph Murphy leaves Orchards of London

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Co-founder Joseph Murphy leaves Orchards of London, which now becomes part of The Hogarth Property Group.

Paul Connolly, CEO of The Hogarth Property Group has completed the acquisition of the full shareholding in multi award winning Orchards of London who have offices in Ealing, Acton, Chiswick and Shepherds Bush from co-founder Joseph Murphy.

Based in west London, Paul set up Orchards of London with Joseph Murphy in 2009 and between them they have built a successful business, with an enviable reputation for service and performance.

Joseph Murphy is now leaving the company to pursue other business interests and said: “The last nine years have been an exciting time, and it has been fantastic working with Paul and the team at Orchards of London. I am very proud of the growth and success we have achieved and in the team of people who have contributed to the company over the years. I am now entering an exciting phase in my personal life and have other interests that I wish to pursue. As a consequence, the timing was right to agree for Paul to acquire my share of the business and for me move on to new opportunities”

Orchards of London has become part of The Hogarth Property Group, which includes Paul Alexander Mortgage Consultants, an independent mortgage broker, as well as a number of development and asset management operations.

Paul Connolly said: “I would like to thank Joseph for his enormous contribution to the success of Orchards of London since we started working together and to wish him well for the future.

With the ownership of Orchards of London now consolidated within The Hogarth Property Group and under the leadership of Liam Doherty as Managing Director of Orchards of London, I am looking forward to making further acquisitions to both complement and grow our portfolio.

We are particularly interested in acquiring sales and lettings businesses in and around West London or lettings and management portfolios. We are financially strong and able to make fast decisions based on either outright purchase or via a structured “earn out” arrangement.”

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