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Frosts since 1906

The Frost Partnership as we know it today was founded in 1990, but the Frost name in property goes back over a hundred years to 1906.

The opening of The Great Western and Great Central joint railway line in 1906 marked the beginning of A.C. Frost & Co., founded by Alfred Frost, a surveyor in London. Recognising the potential business and exciting development opportunities this new mode of transport would bring to the area, he opened his first office in Gerrards Cross and two years later expanded into Beaconsfield New Town. By 1986, there were over 32 branches throughout The Chilterns, Thames Valley, Oxfordshire, Middlesex and Surrey. At this time, an opportunity arose to further expand the original business through the corporate involvement of Prudential plc.

In 1990, the current Frost Partnership was formed through the fourth generation of the family, John Frost. Joining him were a number of senior members of the original business. In doing so they have combined their wealth of experience to provide a fully integrated, modern and successful agency whose ethos continues to ‘Look after people and property’.

Alfred C. Frost PASI

1906

Alfred C. Frost PASI

Founder of A.C. Frost & Co.

Bernard Frost OBE

1946

Bernard Frost OBE

Youngest son of Alfred Frost

Senior Partner of A.C. Frost & Co.

Alan M. J. Frost JP, FRICS

1960

Alan M. J. Frost JP, FRICS

Grandson of Alfred Frost

Senior Partner of A.C. Frost & Co.

Chairman of The Frost Partnership

John Frost BSc (Hons) MRICS

1990

John Frost BSc (Hons) MRICS

Great grandson of Alfred Frost

Managing Director of The Frost Partnership

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