Simmy Sekhon is a property lawyer and a highly ambitious Property Developer operating in the Yorkshire area of the North of England.
Previously, he has operated and owned a highly successful Solicitors Practice employing over 120 people at the height of the property market prior to 2010.
Mr Sekhon has built up a significant portfolio over the last 25 years with over 850 residential and commercial tenants.
The Sekhon Group is the umbrella for 27 companies.
He has maintained links with senior ministers and has a keen interest in political forums with influence. He is keen to improve a better outcome for the Yorkshire region, the United Kingdom and the British Asian community as a whole.
Mr Sekhon is a strategic person who has demonstrated effective communication in all businesses that he has been involved with and he has engaged in senior level networking nationally and internationally with effective outcomes. He currently serves on several committees including the local enterprise partnership, LEPS, Bradford Asian Business Association and personally on the Yorkshire Asian Business Association. His ability to analyse information and understand competitive advantage has led to his success.
Mr Sekhon is married with three children and equally influential entrepreneurial parents to support him in the family property business.
He has supported numerous charities and fundraising events including sponsoring schools of children through Compassion UK, providing funding for international disasters. He helped to raise money for the Bradford Royal infirmary MRI and BRI appeals collectively raising approximately £2 million.
Mr Sekhon works closely with the Yorkshire Sikh community ‘’YSF’’ as a legal advisor to the Yorkshire Sikh Forum and the British overseas Congress party India.
Mr Sekhon is proud to be associated with the Conservative Friends of India and to support the objectives to enhance trade relations between India, Pakistan and Britain effectively supporting the British Asian community to become a stronger part of the fabric of the United Kingdom.