Commercial property consultant Siddall Jones has moved to a new home in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter following a strong year of property deals.

The eponymous consultancy, which is owned and run by Edward Siddall-Jones, has moved from the quarter's Big Peg to the mixed-use Mint development in Icknield Street.

The building, which is part of a complex of old factories undergoing a long-running regeneration, is a Grade II-listed former coining plant.

Mr Siddall-Jones, whose agency recently secured a letting to brewery Davenports for a new bar at the Big Peg, said the office move was part of an exciting period for the firm since it launched three years ago.

"We're delighted to have moved to our new home at Birmingham Mint," he said.

"We're a growing company but we're rooted in Birmingham, and in particular the Jewellery Quarter, so this location is ideal for us.

"We've also been involved in a number of the recent commercial property deals at the Mint so we know the building very well."

Since its inception, Siddall Jones has secured more than a million sq ft of commercial agency instructions, with a focus on the West Midlands.

In December, the company announced the sale of three major developments in the Jewellery Quarter, including the Squirrel Works building in Regents Place.

Mr Siddall-Jones added: "Last year was another very successful year for the company and much of that is down to the forward thinking, energetic approach of our team.

"It was therefore important that our new home reflected this, while giving us the room to grow in the future."