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Property consultant acquires retail units for investor

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Property consultant acquires retail units for investor

Trowbridge and Melksham-based commercial property consultants Kavanaghs have acquired sought-after retail properties in Cirencester's Castle Street on behalf of an investor.

Having acquired 51 Castle Street on behalf of the investor earlier this year, the agents were approached by the owners of the adjoining 53 and 61, who were looking

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School site sold for affordable housing

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School site sold for affordable housing

A former primary school in Trowbridge is to be turned into affordable accommodation, after being acquired by a housing association.

Selwood Housing has bought the disused former Margaret Stancomb school site from Wiltshire Council.

Built in 1893 to provide primary education for 139 children aged between three and seven years

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Occupiers expand at industrial estate

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Occupiers expand at industrial estate

Two of the latest occupiers at the Woodland Industrial Estate in Westbury have expanded to take more space.

Topdrill, who specialise in site investigations and geotechnical services, and The Paper Bag Company, who supply a variety of plain and printed promotional bags to retailers throughout the UK, both only moved

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Standards to tackle unfair commercial property service charges published

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Standards to tackle unfair commercial property service charges published

New regulations that will ensure service charges to the tenants of commercial properties are transparent, upfront, and fair have been published by RICS, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

The mandatory requirements – launched this week and enforceable from April next year – also seek to ensure that any costs

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More development at Bluestone

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More development at Bluestone

The second phase of the popular Bluestone Centre near Amesbury is now underway, with the third sector already being planned.

The first phase of the first new business centre development for more than a decade on the town’s giant 160-acre Solstice Park is rapidly filling.

Property consultancy Myddelton & Major

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