Tune in to the latest episode of Battle & Bunce to hear our founder, Andy Jansons, share his story and insights. He talks candidly about his unconventional entry into the world of property development and how he grew Jansons Property into one of the leading SME developers in the West London and Thames Valley regions. Drawing on his ability to assess opportunities and gauge risk, Andy and his team have established a portfolio of projects across the office, industrial, student and now residential markets in various locations such as Slough, Reading, Durham and Edinburgh.
The podcast also feature an update on Alexander Jansons Myocarditis UK, a charity which Jansons Property is proud to support.
Listen to the full conversation on the Battle & Bunce podcast – https://lnkd.in/eW_Z4nwK

The Entrepreneurial Property Developer – Andy Jansons, Jansons Property (buzzsprout.com)



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