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Articles from May 2013

For the right sites, new office-to-residential planning rules offer a window of opportunity

30th May 2013

The Government's attempt to kick-start the stalled British economy by slashing red tape around the conversion of offices into residential has opened up a window of opportunity for fresh development.

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Latest new recruit brings years of experience to Vail Williams Expanding Planning Division

21st May 2013

Commercial property consultancy Vail Williams is continuing its successful expansion with the recruitment of planning expert Elizabeth Burt.

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Charity fails in scheme to mitigate empty property rates

16th May 2013

The Charity, Public Safety Charitable Trust (PSCT), set up a scheme to assist owners of empty buildings to avoid full business rates.

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High Quality Research and Development space available in Segensworth, Fareham

13th May 2013

Vail Williams commercial property consultancy have been appointed to market 7 Whittle Avenue in Segensworth West on behalf of private clients.

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Car Parks Investment or not?

7th May 2013

The shine of commercial property generally overshadows car parks as a potential for investment and tends to be regarded in the same bracket as that of old buildings, low quality offices and industrial and rental units at the lower end of the market.

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Solent region launch their latest Market View

3rd May 2013

This month Vail Williams in the Solent have launched their latest Market View, a comprehensive summary of commercial property consultants' work in Solent, Portsmouth.

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Legacy carried forward

2nd May 2013

After a hard days work at the Thames Valley and Heathrow Office, Vail Williams employees were indulged in a pasta making event at the Delights of Italy, Home Grange, Wokingham.

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