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Guildford Borough Council adopts new £3.4m Local Plan}

Guildford Borough Council adopts new £3.4m Local Plan

30th April 2019

After much debate and some strong local opposition, Guildford Borough Council has adopted a new Local Plan to replace its outdated 2003 planning policy document.

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<p>Vail Williams Thought Leadership 2019 | Generation Change</p>}

Vail Williams Thought Leadership 2019 | Generation Change

30th April 2019

Businesses looking to attract and retain millennial's should focus on similarities rather than differences.

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Don’t fall foul of land banking investment scams}

Don’t fall foul of land banking investment scams

29th April 2019

Whether you’re thinking about adding to your pension pot or you want to build your own property, there’s a property development scam which could leave you financially high and dry.

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Thames Valley market review: Reading, Bracknell and Slough}

Thames Valley market review: Reading, Bracknell and Slough

26th April 2019

Property Week journalist, Claire Robson, spoke to us recently to find out about what's going on in the office market in Reading. 

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Oxford Arc puts the spotlight on development opportunities}

Oxford Arc puts the spotlight on development opportunities

24th April 2019

We were delighted to contribute to the Thames Tap Oxford Report recently. Property development associate, Miles Collison, based in our Reading office, gave his thoughts on future development in Oxford, in light of the proposed new east-west railway line connecting Oxford-Milton Keynes-Cambridge (OxMkCam arc).

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Duo of industrial lets sets Ana Wiz and Henley Shipping up for growth}

Duo of industrial lets sets Ana Wiz and Henley Shipping up for growth

23rd April 2019

Our acquisitions and disposals team in Woking, Surrey, has completed the let of over 15,000 sq ft of industrial space across two sites in Addlestone and Staines.

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Technical production company has spotlight on growth with new warehouse facility}

Technical production company has spotlight on growth with new warehouse facility

15th April 2019

AVC Live Limited has agreed to let a 71,428 sq ft warehouse on Union Business Park, Uxbridge, in a deal brokered by partner, Charlie Nicholson, based at our Reading office. 

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Major step forward for North Street Quarter as planning application is approved}

Major step forward for North Street Quarter as planning application is approved

11th April 2019

The proposed North Street Quarter development in Lewes has reached a successful milestone with the help of Vail Williams, as detailed plans for the landscape and appearance of phases 2 & 3 have been approved by the South Downs National Park Authority (SDNPA).

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Property specialist Gurdeep Virdi joins Vail Williams}

Property specialist Gurdeep Virdi joins Vail Williams

11th April 2019

Gurdeep joins the Solent region as an Associate with our Property Asset Management team, bringing with him a wealth of knowledge.

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Don’t miss out on valuable business rates relief}

Don’t miss out on valuable business rates relief

8th April 2019

Chancellor, Phillip Hammond, announced the introduction of an initiative in the Autumn 2018 Statement which would provide a business rates retail discount scheme for occupied retail properties with a rateable value of less than £51,000 in each of the years 2019 to 2020 and 2020 to 2021.

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