Carter Jonas Oxford Announces Promotions and Welcomes New Team Members

National property consultancy, Carter Jonas, has made four promotions in its Oxford office at Mayfield House, Summertown, and welcomed two new additions to the team. Ross Kent is promoted to Partner, and, Dan Humphry, Natasha Eliot, and Oliver Neagle to Associate level. Additionally, Jack Kibblewhite and Edward Walter have joined the firm as graduate surveyors.

B4 Property Day. A view from Beard, Director, Dean Averies

Rewind nine months to March and we were quick to react and protect our business. In April many of the projects we had priced were put on hold and new tenders were slowing down. Our customers were telling us that now was not a good time to spend vast sums of money. Even the customers that had the finance secured, did not want to be seen spending money frivolously.

Positive Steps with Rowan Waller of Wallers Estate Agents

1. Creating a viewing experience when we had no ability (or permission, by order of the government) to actually view. We set out creating video tours for all of our instructions and we encourage our clients to opt for our 3D Virtual Tours which we create using Matterport – these provide online users with an interactive online viewing experience, where the customer is in control of the viewing.

Leadership for Oxford’s housing challenges

Challenges around Oxford’s housing situation are well-reported. A combination of unique and complex historical constraints, resulting planning protections, together with natural limitations of the floodplain area mean residential space is at an absolute premium. Add to this a student population of nearly 34,000, question marks over green belt development and a public perception that local government’s housing strategy is not clear and the picture is both complex and unclear