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Vail Williams promotes ten across the business}

Vail Williams promotes ten across the business

18th June 2019

We are delighted to bring you news that have made ten promotions across our offices in Birmingham, Crawley, Reading, Southampton, Portsmouth, Woking and London.

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Thames Valley – a right royal property hot spot}

Thames Valley – a right royal property hot spot

30th July 2019

The Thames Valley region has enjoyed a great reputation as a place to do business for many years - but how has the workplace changed there over the years? What does the office of today look like and what sorts of trends are we starting to see emerge?

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<strong>Half an hour, half the price: The London-Thames Valley exodus</strong>}

Half an hour, half the price: The London-Thames Valley exodus

25th February 2020

Driven by the need to adopt a more cost competitive trading position post-Brexit together with evolving work practices, many London-based businesses are starting to reassess their accommodation requirements, with the Thames Valley in mind.

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<strong>Spotlight on the Thames Valley office market</strong>}

Spotlight on the Thames Valley office market

2nd March 2020

Despite recent economic and political turmoil which promoted some commentators to predict a slow-down in property transactions into 2020, the Thames Valley office market remains incredibly resilient.

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<strong>There’s No Place Like ‘Home’ for Blandy & Blandy Solicitors</strong>}

There’s No Place Like ‘Home’ for Blandy & Blandy Solicitors

9th March 2020

Leading Thames Valley law firm Blandy & Blandy Solicitors has recommitted its future to Reading, in a move that will take the firm close to its 300th anniversary.

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<strong>What will the south east property market look like in a post COVID-19 world?</strong>}

What will the south east property market look like in a post COVID-19 world?

30th March 2020

Understanding what will drive corporate real estate decisions after COVID-19 is vital to help businesses proactively plan for their future property needs. What parallels can be drawn from the past and learnt from as we prepare for the post-COVID-19 world?

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<strong>Office ‘space’: Has the evolution of the office negatively impacted employee health?</strong>}

Office ‘space’: Has the evolution of the office negatively impacted employee health?

31st March 2020

Drawing on his lengthy career in commercial property, Reading-based partner and commercial property expert, David Thomas, explores how the office has evolved and what potential effect COVID-19 might have on future office demand and design.

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<strong>Winnersh Triangle ready for action as Pip Studios Ltd lease high-tech facility</strong>}

Winnersh Triangle ready for action as Pip Studios Ltd lease high-tech facility

6th July 2020

Audio post-production facility Pip Studios Limited has chosen to call Winnersh Triangle home in a deal brokered by Reading-based property consultants, Vail Williams LLP.

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<strong>FLB Accountants doubles property footprint at Winnersh Triangle</strong>}

FLB Accountants doubles property footprint at Winnersh Triangle

21st July 2020

Berkshire's leading chartered accountancy firm FLB Accountants LLP has signed a new lease at the Reading business park.

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