New surveyor for expanding Vail Williams in Gatwick
Mikael Goldsmith joins the Gatwick Agency team, bolstering Vail Williams' presence across the region.
Staines-upon-Thames: Surrey’s unsung business location
Staines-upon-Thames’ reputation as a place to live and work has been transformed in recent years.
What can we expect from this week’s Autumn Budget and Spending Review?
Whilst Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, states that the economy is booming with 1.2m job vacancies and the number of people in work back to pre-Covid levels, this is yet to trickle down to businesses’ bottom lines.
New chair of industry body NARA
At the flagship NARA conference held at Haberdashers' Hall in the City of London, Russell Miller opened the event as the new chair of the UK's industry body.
Energy efficiency warning to London office landlords
London partner Simon Moffatt discusses the urgency needed from landlords to upgrade their energy energy efficiencies across their property portfolio or risk falling behind the curve leading up to 2030.
What does the future hold for Dorset town centres?
The challenges faced by the UK’s highstreets and town centres have been clear for all to see over the past 18 months.
Are GP surgeries facing the perfect property storm?
Increasing demand for GP services, declining GP numbers, ageing surgeries and funding challenges, are coming together to create the perfect property storm for NHS GP surgeries in England, according to our property experts.
Rapid letting highlights increasing industrial demand in Surrey
Brooklands Business Park in Weybridge has just one remaining unit on the business park after the acquisition of Units 1 - 4, showing the demand for modern industrial space along the M25 corridor.
Vail Williams in Bournemouth: Six months on from merger with Cowling & West
Six months on from Vail Williams’ merger with Cowling & West, Russell Miller, lead partner for our Bournemouth office, talks about what we’ve been up to in the Dorset region during that time.
Dorset Chamber: I have an upcoming lease event, what do I need to do?
We recently spoke to Dorset Chamber Magazine about what to do if you have a lease event coming up, for their Focus on Commercial Property section. Here's what we had to say.
Planning changes restrict council influence over unwanted development
As part of the Government’s on-going measures to improve the planning system to ‘increase housing supply on brownfield land, stimulate investment in urban areas and sustain jobs’, new permitted development rights (PDR) were introduced to allow change of use from commercial to residential, without the need for full planning permission.