Gregson Page Ltd was formed in 2010 by two colleagues Jeffrey Gregson FRICS active for over 40 years in the West Midlands and Worcestershire property markets and Phil Page BA(Hons) with 10 years experience across the disciplines within the local property market. Their motto ‘Experience of Age, Enthusiasm of Youth’ is self-explanatory as their satisfied clientele have discovered.
The company has gone from strength to strength through much hard work, dedication and continually thinking ‘out of the box’ in what has been a torrid property market.
The properties that you see being marketed demonstrate the faith put in the team of professionals by their clients. The team firmly believe the most important factor is to consider the needs of the client first as is proven by the growth of the company, more often or not by personal recommendation. A bespoke, cost-effective personal service is assured.
There is something permanent, and something extremely profound, in owning a home. Kenny Guinn
Jeffrey Gregson FRICS
Jeffrey has lived close to Ombersley in two houses in Sytchampton since 1977, he now lives overlooking the village green in Hallow. He is currently the treasurer of The Monday Bowling Club at The Hadley Bowling Green and was one of the founder members of Ombersley golf club. At one stage he ran five offices, one of which was in Worcester where his three children were educated at Kings and the former Alice Ottley schools. He himself was educated in Malvern and then at Ellesmere and still has many friends that enjoyed playing rugby together at the foot of Malvern Hills. He has had a fishing rod on the Teme for many years and enjoys outside pursuits equally as much and a pint and cob in a local, a cryptic crossword or a good book- fact or fiction.
Phil Page BA (hons) PDip Real Estate Management
Phil is originally from Chaddesley Corbett where most of his family still reside. Educated at Winterfold House and then RGS Worcester his roots are very much in Worcestershire. He was very active at Chaddesley Sports club in both the rugby and the cricket however with work commitments over the last few years this has drastically reduced, now having to catch up with results and stories over a pint in the local pubs. Having recently had his first child he has moved back to Chaddesley Corbett from Torton, Hartlebury and his spare time filled with converting three barns and renovating a 1972 Land Rover!