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  • FREE VISUAL HOUSE TOURS NOW AVAILABLE TO PROPERTY SELLERS


    Fletcher Gardener are the first estate agent visual tour provider in the UK to offer free visual panoramic house tours to their customers, allowing prospective buyers the chance to view the property without actually being there.


    (Filed: Tue Dec 01 2009)
  • Stewart Milne Homes Wins What House? Award


    Stewart Milne Homes has achieved a national What House? Best Interior Layout award for its collection of townhouses at Greenwood Manor in Newton Mearns.


    (Filed: Tue Nov 24 2009)
  • CKD Galbraith offer Edwardian villa with Loch views on Arran


    CKD Galbraith and Arran Estate Agents are marketing a most impressive and well appointed Edwardian House enjoying a superb waterside setting, lying in the heart of Lochranza on the North Eastern coast of the Isle of Arran, Scotland.


    (Filed: Mon Nov 23 2009)
  • King’s Gate, Arbroath Launches Next Weekend


    Stewart Milne Homes’ latest development in Tayside will launch next weekend (28 & 29 November) with the first release of properties at King’s Gate in Arbroath.


    (Filed: Thu Nov 19 2009)
  • New scheme to help key workers move to their dream home


    NURSES, police officers, school teachers and other key workers now have the opportunity to move to a dream home thanks to an innovative scheme on offer from Stamford Homes. The imaginative approach is designed to help key workers – which include NHS frontline staff and other public sector workers – move into their own home with the minimum of cost and maximum protection.


    (Filed: Thu Nov 19 2009)
  • Major project to repair and restore the Blenheim Dam completed Oct 09


    This year a major restoration project took place to repair the Blenheim Dam. The Blenheim Dam works were needed in the interest of safety as required under the Reservoir Act 1975. The Dam was constructed between 1760 and 1774 by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown to hold back the waters of the River Glyme and create the centre of his landscape, the Blenheim Lake. Unfortunately due to the age of the dam and the stringent requirements of the Reservoirs Act, repairs and re-engineering strengthening works to the dam were essential


    (Filed: Tue Nov 17 2009)
  • Survey Reveals Why People Buy Property Abroad


    A survey of over 1000 visitors at the overseas property portal Homesgofast.com reveals that investment was the number one reason why people seek to buy a property abroad.


    (Filed: Tue Nov 17 2009)
  • Cuerden Residential Park Scoops National Green Accolade

     

    Professor David Bellamy has named Cuerden Residential Park in Leyland as one of the UK's most environmentally friendly places on which to live - and awarded it the highest ‘Gold’ accolade for protecting and enhancing the natural world.


    (Filed: Wed Nov 11 2009)
  • TENANCY DEPOSIT SCHEME IS IN TROUBLE - SAYS RLA


    The Residential Landlords Association - whose members own over 100,000 private rented properties throughout the UK - is calling for an independent enquiry into the handling of tenancy deposits


    (Filed: Wed Nov 11 2009)
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