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Second CAP Reform Roadshow another success at Market Lavington

Friday, 24th October 2014

Written by:
Richard Rnocton


Category:
Events, Farm & Rural, Professional Services

Second CAP Reform Roadshow another success at Market Lavington

The second, in a series of four CAP Reform Roadshows was held at Market Lavington, Devizes and the delegates were treated to a feast of information by Woolley & Wallis experts.

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Successful CAP Reform Seminar

Tuesday, 21st October 2014

Written by:
Richard Rnocton


Category:
Events, Farm & Rural, Professional Services

Successful CAP Reform Seminar

On Monday 20th October, Woolley & Wallis held a lively and successful seminar on the implications of th Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) reform.

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Detached village house with potential

Monday, 20th October 2014

Written by:
Alex Apeters


Category:
Residential

Detached village house with potential

Ebble Dale in Nunton is thought to have been constructed around 1900 as two semi detached cottages which were subsequently made into one in the 1950's which created an attractive detached village house.

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Imposing Victorian family home with coach house annexe

Monday, 20th October 2014

Written by:
Alex Apeters


Category:
Residential

Imposing Victorian family home with coach house annexe

Redlynch Lodge in Redlynch is an imposing Victorian family home which is thought to have been constructed in 1866 for William Plaskett who was a local brick maker.

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Fine Detached Village Home with 2.42 Acres

Monday, 20th October 2014

Written by:
Alex Apeters


Category:
Residential

Fine Detached Village Home with 2.42 Acres

Oak Ridge House in Sutton Mandeville is a detatched family house which was originally constructed in the 1970's with later additions.

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The CAP Reform Roadshow

Tuesday, 14th October 2014

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Admin .


Category:
Events, Farm & Rural, Professional Services

The CAP Reform Roadshow

We would be delighted if you would come and join us at the CAP Reform Roadshow.

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Salisbury Staff raise money for Macmillan and The Stars Appeal

Thursday, 2nd October 2014

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Category:
Events

Salisbury Staff raise money for Macmillan and The Stars Appeal

Staff at our Salisbury Office held a lunchtime barbecue to support The Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, raising just over £110 and they also supported The Stars Appeal Bring A Pound To Work Day to raise money for a dedicated specialist breast unit at Salisbury District Hospital.

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Woolley & Wallis Finance celebrates its first birthday!

Wednesday, 10th September 2014

Written by:
Richard Rnocton


Category:
Farm & Rural, Professional Services

Woolley & Wallis Finance celebrates its first birthday!

Woolley & Wallis Finance has celebrated its first birthday and where better to choose to celebrate other than a local brewery!!

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Invitation to a Landlords Open Evening

Tuesday, 9th September 2014

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Admin .


Category:
Events, Lettings, Professional Services, Residential

Invitation to a Landlords Open Evening

Wednesday 1st October between 5pm and 7pm at our Salisbury Office

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The Gillingham & Shaftesbury Show 2014

Friday, 22nd August 2014

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Admin .


Category:
Events, Farm & Rural, Professional Services, Residential

The Gillingham & Shaftesbury Show 2014

The sun shone, smiling crowds flocked in and a highly successful agricultural show was held at the Turnpike Showground on Wednesday 20 August 2014.

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Ellingham Show 2014

Tuesday, 19th August 2014

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Category:
Events, Farm & Rural, Residential

Ellingham Show 2014

Our second show of the season recorded a busy day with local clients and friends attending.

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A very English summer game!

Thursday, 14th August 2014

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Admin .


Category:
Events

A very English summer game!

Woolley & Wallis play Moore Blatch at a game of croquet...

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The New Forest Show

Friday, 8th August 2014

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Admin .


Category:
Events, Farm & Rural, Residential

The New Forest Show

A successful and enjoyable three days at the New Forest Show

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What do valuations have in common with surveys?

Friday, 11th July 2014

Written by:
Andy Acochran


Category:
Commercial, Farm & Rural, Professional Services

What do valuations have in common with surveys?

We must not let valuations follow the same demise as surveys. Public demand has in places capped the level of fees that surveyors can charge for a survey – whether a superficial report or an in-depth structural survey. Why?

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Rural Planning

Thursday, 10th July 2014

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Admin .


Category:
Commercial, Farm & Rural, Professional Comment, Professional Services

Rural Planning

I have not studied the new regulations in detail, but some farmers seem to see them as an opportunity at last to develop buildings that previously the Planning Authority have refused to approve. Perhaps in some cases these will be welcome, but farmers need to think ahead as to what the result might be.

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