We are proud of our company’s heritage, we can trace our roots back to 1985 when the company was founded by local estate agent – Martin Kemp. The business has evolved substantially since then, but as independently owned business Martin Kemp Property Services has retained its founding values; integrity, honesty with always a focus on excellence.
- 1985 – The company is established by Martin Kemp to sell residential property and land in the Aylesbury Vale area. The first office is located on George Street in the market town of Aylesbury.
- 1986 – A second office is also opened in Aylesbury servicing the estates on the south edge of Aylesbury, predominately Bedgrove, Broughton, Stoke Grange and Chiltern Park.
- 1987 – Robert Sims sets up the residential lettings and management department, having joined the company the previous year. The company was only one of two agents letting and managing property in Aylesbury at this time.
- 1990 – A move of premises from the original George Street office to a Grade II listed Georgian fronted building in Kingsbury Square, known as Hughenden House.
- 1990 – Robert Sims becomes a director of the company and helps establish a commercial lettings and sales department.
- 1997 – After being approach by a number of Landlord clients and resident management companies to manage their leasehold schemes. The company sets up a block management business.
- 2007 – The company begins to offer clients Energy Performance Certificates for both commercial and residential properties.
- 2011 – Martin Kemp retires and Robert Sims takes over running the company
- 2012 – Meadows Partnership owned and run by Eric and Richard Foster, joins forces with Martin Kemp Property Services, moving into new offices at 24 Temple Street, Aylesbury providing over 1,000 sq ft of office space over three floors in the very heart of Aylesbury.
- 2013 – The entire company is rebranded Martin Kemp Property Services establishing itself a multi-practice agent dealing with both residential and commercial property from offices in Thame and Aylesbury.