Established in 1947, Breckon & Breckon is an independent multi award winning agency covering the whole of Oxfordshire, with 7 regional offices and 8 specialised divisions. Our staff all live in the communities they work in, allowing them to combine industry experience with local expertise to provide a truly exceptional service.
Samuel Wood handles all types of residential property throughout Shropshire and the Welsh Marches. We update our site on a daily basis, keeping you in touch with the changing Property Market in Shropshire and surrounding areas.
The reserved matters application (RMA) for Oxford North’s Canalside new public park and residential street, made by Thomas White Oxford, the development company of St John’s College, has been resolved to be approved by Oxford City Council’s planning committee at a meeting held on Tuesday 16 August 2022.
Thomas White Oxford (TWO), the development company of St John’s College, has submitted to Oxford City Council a reserved matters application (RMA) for construction of Canalside Park, the first of its three public parks, and a new street to provide access to the first phase of Oxford North’s new homes at Canalside, on land south of the A40.
Leading UK law firm Shoosmiths has strengthened its real estate division, one of the largest multi-disciplinary practices in the UK, with the appointment of specialist construction lawyer Ryan Fordham as a partner.
Leading housing association Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing (MTVH) has won a coveted WhatHouse? award. The housing association, whose shared ownership brand SO Resi is behind the SO Resi Maidenhead development, was crowned ‘Silver’ in the Housing Association of the Year category during this year’s ceremony which took place at the Grosvenor House Hotel on Friday 19th November. MTVH was commended for its innovative approach to raising awareness of shared ownership and improving its customer experience.
Meyers Estate Agents in Poole, Dorset has officially opened its new office space on Newfield Business Park. The volume of transactions of the family franchise run by Alex Hill with the help of his wife Leanne, son Lewis and Lewis’ partner Jorden plus three other team members, has doubled in the past year and the new office now offers the facility for even further expansion.
As the latest results published by the country’s leading housebuilders point to the rebound which followed the initial lockdown turning into a sustained demand for quality new homes nationwide, national law firm Freeths has announced further investment in its Residential Development Team.
A new survey from Blinds Direct has found that South-East homeowners spend a whopping £1,401,597,000 improving their homes each year, based on an annual spend of £561 per year per household. (2,563,000 households.)
Look, I’m perplexed and I’m conflicted. I happily admit – and often do – that I’m a natural born Tory-skeptic. Nevertheless, I can’t help being impressed by Rishi, time and again, in spite of myself. But then again, yesterday’s budget has been more New Labour than One Nation Conservative.