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8th July 2024
New Government announces raft of planning changes

In a speech delivered this morning, Chancellor Rachel Reeves outlined seven key policies aimed at relaxing planning rules and promoting development.

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News
2nd July 2024
Will the next government deliver on planning pledges?

Planning challenges remain some of the biggest hurdles to development in the UK.

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Market Insight
3rd June 2024
Urban regeneration: What is needed to turn the tide on terminal retail decline?

High streets form a vital part of our towns and cities, providing everything from cultural and community space to bricks and mortar for local businesses to operate from. Yet our urban centres continue to remain in a period of post-pandemic recovery.

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News
23rd April 2024
Vail Williams hires Partner to boost London team

Varun-Dev Gudka joins the team as a Valuation partner to keep up with the consistent business demand.

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Market Insight
28th March 2024
Oxford on track for booming good year

As we head towards the second quarter of 2024, there is a real sense of anticipation about the fortunes of the Oxford commercial property market. The question is, can supply keep up with demand, as Mike Watson, Oxford Agency Partner, explores.

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Market Insight
21st March 2024
Repurpose, reuse and reinvest: Chertsey’s time to shine

The historical town of Chertsey is an undeniably pretty location in the Borough of Runnymede, Surrey, located close to the M25 southwest of London.

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Resources
6th March 2024
Biodiversity Net Gain now mandatory: What developers need to know

Hot on the heels of the latest NPPF changes, developers must now ensure that their developments result in more or better natural habitat or biodiversity net gain (BNG), in a move hailed as one of the world’s most ambitious in biodiversity terms.

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Resources
30th January 2024
What is an Option Agreement and what happens if there is a dispute?

An “Option to Purchase” land for residential development is a legal agreement between two parties that gives one party the exclusive right, but not the obligation, to buy a specific piece of land within a predetermined time frame.

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News
24th January 2024
David Podesta joins property consultancy Vail Williams as Development Associate

With over 25 years' experience, David joins the Southampton office in the Development team.

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Market Insight
11th January 2024
Residential Property Market Winter Update
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Market Insight
24th October 2023
15-minute cities – a people and planet first approach, but not without its challenges
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