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Articles from March 2016

<strong>Don’t get irate with that rate demand – we can help</strong>}

Don’t get irate with that rate demand – we can help

30th March 2016

I’m not going to pretend that business rates is the most riveting of subjects, but it happens to be one that I’m quite passionate about – which is just as well as it’s a pretty complex area, and one which can cause many clients to get irate! The good news is that we can help – especially at this time of year.

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<strong>Vail Williams Partner to help overcome West London housing crisis</strong>}

Vail Williams Partner to help overcome West London housing crisis

24th March 2016

We’re absolutely delighted to announce that acquisition and disposal partner, Matt Clarke, has been invited to join the West London Business Built Environment Commission.

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<strong>Vail Williams Solent Thought Leadership Event</strong>}

Vail Williams Solent Thought Leadership Event

18th March 2016

The Vail Williams annual Thought Leadership Event took place yesterday (March 17th) at the stunning Ordnance Survey building in Southampton.

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<strong>Vail Williams: The Chancellor offers optimistic message to small businesses, but falls short of announcing details of the expected rates reforms</strong>}

Vail Williams: The Chancellor offers optimistic message to small businesses, but falls short of announcing details of the expected rates reforms

17th March 2016

Commercial property consultants Vail Williams respond to the Budget in which the Chancellor offers some relief to small businesses, but failed to mention the widely anticipated reforms to business rates from April 2017.

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<strong>Vail Williams strikes 30,000 sq ft office deal, bringing UK’s largest maintenance business to West Bromwich</strong>}

Vail Williams strikes 30,000 sq ft office deal, bringing UK’s largest maintenance business to West Bromwich

16th March 2016

A deal co-brokered by commercial property specialist Vail Williams will make West Bromwich the new home for the UK’s largest independently-owned mechanical, electrical and fabric property maintenance business.

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<strong>Vail Williams scores Heathrow hat-trick of prominent commercial property deals</strong>}

Vail Williams scores Heathrow hat-trick of prominent commercial property deals

11th March 2016

Commercial property experts at Vail Williams have scored a hat-trick of industrial and office deals in Heathrow totaling 28,855 square feet.

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<strong>Why invest in commercial property?</strong>}

Why invest in commercial property?

7th March 2016

There’s no getting away from it, the start to the year was truly terrible from an investment perspective.

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<strong>London Office Move</strong>}

London Office Move

4th March 2016

Our London Office has moved from Chandos Street to a lovely new home in Mayfair’s Dover Street. The address is Dover House, 34 Dover Street, London W1S 4NG.

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<strong>USS appoint JLL and Vail Williams to market Aquis House, Reading</strong>}

USS appoint JLL and Vail Williams to market Aquis House, Reading

2nd March 2016

Universities Superannuation Scheme Ltd (USS), which operates one of the largest pension schemes in the United Kingdom, has appointed JLL and Vail Williams as joint office leasing agents at Aquis House, Reading.

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<strong>How can investors maximise returns on their commercial property investment?</strong>}

How can investors maximise returns on their commercial property investment?

1st March 2016

As any investor will know, it is vital to maximise investment returns.

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