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Swindon commercial property market 'subdued due to Brexit chaos'

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Swindon commercial property market 'subdued due to Brexit chaos'

With high-profile retailers going into administration or closing less-profitable outlets, the demand for shop floorspace is in decline, while Brexit is leading to a lack of confidence in Swindon's commercial property market, according to the latest statistics.

And the RICS Commercial Market Survey for Q4 2018 suggests a slight decline

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Chartered surveyor joins commercial property agency

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Chartered surveyor joins commercial property agency

Commercial property specialist Kilpatrick & Co has appointed chartered surveyor Jennie Staunton to its team.

Jennie joins the Swindon-based agency from Birkmyre Property Consultancy, and has extensive experience in both the residential and commercial property sectors.

“We are delighted to welcome Jennie Staunton to the team. Jennie will bring great

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Craft ale bar opens doors on Old Town

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Craft ale bar opens doors on Old Town

A craft ale lounge bar has opened in Swindon's Old Town following a deal negotiated by commercial property agents Kilpatrick & Co.

The Eternal Optimist – which serves locally-brewed craft ales, cocktails, and botanical gins – was set up by Tom Gee, owner of The Hop Kettle Brewery, and Matt

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New home for care company

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New home for care company

A family-run company which has been providing care in the Salisbury area for more than 15 years has a new home at Technology House, High Post.

Property consultancy Myddelton & Major has successfully negotiated the letting of Suite 1 at High Post Business Park, near Salisbury, to Prime Care Associates.

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