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Vail Williams advises Ankers & Rawlings on multi-million investment at Ferndown Industrial Estate

23rd August 2017

Property advisers, Vail Williams LLP, has advised Dorset-based developers, Ankers & Rawlings, on the acquisition of an industrial unit at Ferndown, East Dorset, for £2,475,000.

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Decision against Fareham Borough Council highlights the significant need for housing in the area.

16th August 2017

Last night an appeal decision was released against Fareham Borough Council allowing 120 dwellings at Cranleigh Road. This appeal decision established Fareham’s five year Housing Land Supply position as just over two years which identifies Fareham as having a significant need for housing delivery.

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Pioneer Park defies market as Portsmouth property confidence grows

1st August 2017

The multi-million industrial and warehouse development at Pioneer Park defies market expectations at 50% let, just two months after opening.

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Marine businesses - get the right advice when investing or selling

27th July 2017

If you’re thinking about acquiring or selling a marine business, it’s important to get professional advice from the outset.

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Vail Williams takes home award for client service at South Coast Property Awards

19th July 2017

Property advisers, Vail Williams LLP, has been hailed for its client service after winning the best client service award at the South Coast Property Awards, recently (13th July).

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Prop tech partnership to transform rental market?

18th July 2017

It’s an incredibly exciting time to be working in property at the moment. There is so much change and innovation going on, as property developers and investors seek new ways to do business and maximise returns.

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Don’t get tied up in knots over knotweed – nip it in the bud

11th July 2017

A recent legal case (Williams & Waistell v Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd) has once again brought the issue of the dreaded Japanese Knotweed (JKW) to the fore.

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Action needed as business rates relief package still not up and running

28th June 2017

Following a huge amount of political pressure, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, announced a £300 million business rates relief package in the Spring Budget.

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