A Falkirk-based Belvoir franchise owner has been honoured once again in the national Belvoir High Achievers awards, which is open to over 140 of the company’s UK franchise owners.

Mike Campbell, who, with his wife Amanda, owns the Falkirk Belvoir office, was presented with the Belvoir Group Contribution Silver Award 2012 at a presentation ceremony organised by the company.

Campbell, who launched his Belvoir business 10 years ago, previously worked as a Principal Housing Officer for City of Edinburgh Council. During his time as a Belvoir franchise owner he has already been recognised for Outstanding Customer Service and Outstanding Contribution Award within the Belvoir network.

Campbell’s knowledge and experience has helped many property investors to start and build a property portfolio in the Falkirk area, providing guidance on how to maximise returns on larger portfolios with established investors.

In addition to running his own, very successful business, Campbell is Chairman of the National Belvoir Networking Group.

Dorian Gonsalves, CEO of Belvoir, said: “Mike is a staunch supporter of the Belvoir brand and he represents our company at the very highest level at key events in Scotland.


“This award recognises his dedication and commitment and it comes with a big ‘thank you’ from everyone in the group.”


Campbell said: “I am thankful for being recognised in this particular category. Measuring ‘contribution’ involves an element of qualitative assessment rather than just quantitative considerations, so this is a source of some personal satisfaction.


“The old adage ‘you get what you put in’ springs to mind and I am happy to give my own time to help new or prospective franchise owners within the company.

“I am also pleased to play my part in fostering a positive relationship between Central Office and the wider Belvoir group network, via my role as National Chairman of the Networking Group over the past two years.


“The private rented sector in Scotland is different and diverging from England in many respects and requires positive advocacy within Belvoir. I am pleased to make my contribution in this area also.”

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