Bob Bickersteth comments on the London property market trends

Bob Bickersteth comments on the London property market trends

Posted: September 6, 2021   •   Posted in: Financial advice, General News, Local Interest

The 43% increase in London based applicants registering to move out of the Capital, we reported last year, has hardly stemmed. The pandemic has turned so many lives upside down and, for some, the city which they had loved has suddenly felt dangerous and claustrophobic. It has brought into sharp focus their living arrangements, such […]

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Celebrate this summer at EA Festival

Celebrate this summer at EA Festival

Posted: July 7, 2021   •   Posted in: Local Interest

Celebrate this summer at EA Festival, a new music, culture and art festival at Hedingham Castle, located on the border of Essex and Suffolk. The festival is a true smorgasbord, ranging from traditional arts and letters to sustainability and world music. Speakers include Charles Saumarez Smith, John Lloyd, Evelyn Glennie, Mike Figgis and many other […]

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We chat to Joanne Ooi, founder of EA Festival

We chat to Joanne Ooi, founder of EA Festival

Posted: April 21, 2021   •   Posted in: General News

How long have you lived in Suffolk? I moved to Suffolk from Hong Kong five years ago having worked as a luxury industry creative director, an environmental activist, an art gallerist and a start-up entrepreneur. It took a while to get used to the pastoral cadence of country living after the lightning pace of Hong […]

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David Burr introduces PropertyFile for our Landlords & Tenants – Watch Our Explainer Video

David Burr introduces PropertyFile for our Landlords & Tenants – Watch Our Explainer Video

Posted: April 14, 2021   •   Posted in: General News

David Burr introduces PropertyFile for our Landlords & Tenants. PropertyFile is included in our Fully Managed Lettings Service. PropertyFile gives you 24/7 access to key information about your property including: Consolidated information for multi-property portfolios Instant access to income and expenditure Updates on maintenance issues Access to safety certificates and property documents Information on property […]

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Eight projects that don’t need planning permission

Eight projects that don’t need planning permission

Posted: April 6, 2021   •   Posted in: Investor tips

Have you ever wondered what home improvements you can carry out without going through the expensive and timely process of planning permission? We reckon there’s probably more than you might think. We’ve done the research and we’ve uncovered several home renovation projects you can tackle to upgrade your home without going through the painful planning […]

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David Burr is proud to be supporting EA Festival at Hedingham Castle

David Burr is proud to be supporting EA Festival at Hedingham Castle

Posted: March 26, 2021   •   Posted in: Local Interest

David Burr is proud to be supporting EA Festival at Hedingham Castle from July 31st to August 1st 2021. Featuring both local luminaries and internationally recognised stars, this new festival aims to invigorate the cultural scene in East Anglia. With a top line-up including Susie Dent, John Lloyd, Arizona Muse, and Evelyn Glennie as well as […]

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Looking to let your property? Have your property fully managed by David Burr

Looking to let your property? Have your property fully managed by David Burr

Posted: March 17, 2021   •   Posted in: Lettings

Each property is unique and requires an individual approach to ensure it is let both swiftly and to the most appropriate tenant. Over the past 25 years, we have handled thousands of unique and individual properties and this experience ensures we consistently deliver our clients a first class service. A managing agent is the foundation […]

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Lettings : Evictions ban extended until 31st May 2021 at the earliest

Lettings : Evictions ban extended until 31st May 2021 at the earliest

Posted: March 15, 2021   •   Posted in: Lettings

The evictions ban in England has been extended, meaning that evictions will not be enforced by bailiffs until 31st May 2021 at the earliest, with the measures to be “kept under review in line with the latest public health advice”. Exceptions remain in place for the most “egregious cases”, including illegal occupation, anti-social behaviour and […]

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