Our News

CSR - Why it’s important to play your part

6th July 2017

We were proud to once again take part in the Property Triathlon at Dorney Lake, Eton – an annual charity fundraising event organised by JLL.

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Property valuations team welcomes surveyor, Julian Brett

20th June 2017

For our latest recruit, variety is the spice of life, and we’re looking forward to being able to offer this to Julian Brett, through the broad client base that he’ll come into contact with here at Vail Williams.

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We are growing again - with the acquisition of general rating division of Ruddle Merz

8th June 2017

We’re pleased to announce that we have strengthened our business rates division with the acquisition of the general rating division of Ruddle Merz (RM).

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Vail Williams announces two equity partner promotions

6th June 2017

We are delighted to announce that we have promoted two senior property advisers to equity partner as part of our 2017 round of promotions.

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Welcome to the team, outdoor enthusiast, Richard Goodall

23rd May 2017

We’re pleased to tell you more about our new commercial property investment partner, Richard Goodall, who has just joined our Birmingham office.

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Vail Williams welcomes property investment expert, Richard Goodhall, just in time for Birmingham office move

19th May 2017

We’re delighted to announce the appointment of Richard Goodall as Partner to join our commercial property investment team.

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Vail Williams Birmingham have got some exciting News

10th May 2017

Our Birmingham team are moving to a New office on Newhall Street.

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Business leaders converge at Vail Williams’ “Future of Solent” event

30th March 2017

Business leaders from across the Solent gathered at Lakeside North Harbour, Portsmouth (23rd March), to hear from experts from across the business, local government and academic community, about what the future holds for the region.

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At last some common sense prevails in the world of Business Rates

1st March 2017

My colleagues and I in the Vail Williams Business Rates department breathed a sigh of relief as the Supreme Court today unanimously allowed an appeal against the Valuation Office in a long-running test case focused on how property undergoing redevelopment or refurbishment is valued for rating purposes.

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