Our People

James Gordon

With business and enterprise at the forefront of family life James began his career working in London’s West End for property consultancy firms, Atisreal then NB Real Estate. Whilst advising blue chip clients these years formed the strong basis necessary for James’s move back up to the North West and entry into the family property business in 2011.

Third generation and Chief Executive since 2016, James oversees all aspects of the business, driven by deal making whilst focusing on detailed strategy to maximise value and income within the portfolio. Implementing robust systems for the long term along with a distinctive desire for quality together with exceptional customer service his ethos provides the backbone for our company.

With a keen motivation for sport and fitness, James enjoys mountain biking, football and training. With frequent trips to the Lake District, James is keen on Fell walking with family, friends and his black Labrador often choosing routes with a good pub at the finish line.

James is a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and a member of the Investment Property Forum.

Charles Gordon

Charles joined our team in 2018 taking up the role of Property Manager, having previously worked as a senior data analyst for national organisations including Co-operative Group Charles brings a much sought after skill set to the business.

Charles oversees the property management of our assets as well as driving forward our serviced accommodation subsidiary, Gordon Moon Suites. Charles is focused on growing and developing this successful enterprise whilst ensuring operational consistency and exceptional customer service for the end user.

Charles is a keen traveller and enjoys visiting new places both at home and abroad. In his spare time he enjoys getting into the country for a day’s hiking, finishing off with a real ale or two. He’s a Bolton Wanderers fan and his favourite spot in the town is the view from Winter Hill.

Barry Davis

Barry has been working with our business for some 40 years having first worked at Sefton Wolfe dealing with our audit in the early 1980s. The decision was taken to move the business’s audit to Arthur Andersen and Barry stayed with us as our in house book keeper.

Barry has seen and been involved with the business’s growth since then and is delighted to see how the company has evolved and adapted over those years.

A keen football player having spent much of his spare time playing as a midfield enforcer in either 11 or 5-a-side, Barry has now hung up his boots and enjoys a walk with his family.