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Jeremy Sutton in our Swindon office reports that it has been a tough half year in the Swindon office market with economic and political uncertainty being the principle cause for low levels of activity and take up. On a more positive note, following the General Election there has been a noticeable increase in the level of enquiries and the number of viewings which are being undertaken.
Download a copy of the full report Overview of Swindon Office Market - Quarter 2 - 2017
Our Building Surveying department were commissioned to survey, inspect and produce a full Building Pathology Report to a grade II listed building in Chelsea.
The stucco fronted villa comprised of a 58ft drawing room, 11 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms.
Our commission also included a Building Pathlogy Report to a 5 bedroom mews house, located to the rear of the listed building.
An exciting opportunity for someone looking to commence or further a career in Property Management.
Please apply in writing together with CV to Simon Ormrod, Keningtons LLP, 64 Cherry Orchard East, Kembrey Park, Swindon, SN2 8UQ. Email : email@example.com
The Swindon office once again entered a team into the annual TWIGS golf day held on 15th June at Marlborough Golf Club and came a creditable 3rd place.
TWIGS is a local Swindon charity providing therapeutic benefits through gardening and nature, to those experiencing mental health problems.
Jeremy Sutton from the Swindon office was joined by Alex Pinhey, David Hassard and Richard Holmes.
Keningtons have been awarded a contract to provide reinstatement cost assessments throughout the UK to a varied and diverse property portfolio.
Our assessments for insurance purposes includes surveys to modern office suites, stone buildings in Conservation Areas, conference centers, residential buildings and office blocks throughout England, Scotland and Wales.
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