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Charlotte Dines appointed as a RICS Registered Valuer

Wednesday, 17th December 2014

Written by:
Constance Eyre


Category:
Events

Charlotte Dines appointed as a RICS Registered Valuer

We are delighted to announce that Charlotte Dines BSc MRICS has just been appointed as a RICS Registered Valuer. Charlotte is based in our Marlborough office and specialises in undertaking formal valuations for secured lending (in conjunction with Woolley & Wallis Finance Limited) and for Probate/Inheritance taxation purposes.

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Inheritance Tax – Where there is a Will there is a way!

Wednesday, 3rd December 2014

Written by:
Admin .


Category:
Farm & Rural, Professional Comment, Professional Services

Inheritance Tax – Where there is a Will there is a way!

We spend a lot of time talking in confidence to our clients about their property, their families, values and tax.

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Rent reviews – N’er the twain shall meet?

Wednesday, 3rd December 2014

Written by:
Admin .


Category:
Farm & Rural, Professional Comment, Professional Services

Rent reviews – N’er the twain shall meet?

I wonder if a recent Court ruling in Scotland will impact on English decisions next? They often have done in the past.

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Woolley & Wallis Farm & Rural Review of 2014

Wednesday, 3rd December 2014

Written by:
Richard Rnocton


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

Woolley & Wallis Farm & Rural Review of 2014

What an amazing year 2014 has turned out to be for land price – demand and prices have risen beyond all expectations and with continued shortage of supply, prices are set firm ahead.

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Salisbury Christmas Tree Festival

Tuesday, 2nd December 2014

Written by:
Constance Eyre


Category:
Commercial, Events, Residential

Salisbury Christmas Tree Festival

The Salisbury Tree Festival in St Thomas's Church started this week, 1 - 7th December.

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Lucinda Stopford's Charity Ball in aid of Lymphoma and Leukaemia Research

Monday, 1st December 2014

Written by:
Ben Bmarshall


Category:
Auctions, Events, Farm & Rural, Residential

Lucinda Stopford's Charity Ball in aid of Lymphoma and Leukaemia Research

Lucinda Stopford from our Shaftesbury Branch organized a very successful Charity Winter Ball in aid of Lymphoma and Leukaemia Research.

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Sophia O'Grady joins the Romsey Woolley & Wallis team

Thursday, 27th November 2014

Written by:
Constance Eyre


Category:
Events, Residential

Sophia O'Grady joins the Romsey Woolley & Wallis team

Sophia joined the Residential Sales Department of Woolley & Wallis in 2014 having spent the previous 3 years working in the local property arena, most recently for a large independent firm predominantly specialising in the sale of rural properties in Hampshire and Wiltshire.

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Farm & Rural team announce additional CAP Reform Roadshow date

Friday, 14th November 2014

Written by:
Richard Rnocton


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

Farm & Rural team announce additional CAP Reform Roadshow date

After the success of the four Common Agricultural Policy seminars held in Wiltshire and Dorset in November, Woolley & Wallis’ Farm & Rural team have announced an additional date in Hampshire.

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Woolley & Wallis will be supporting Salisbury Trust for the Homeless and Elizabeth House as their charities this year

Friday, 7th November 2014

Written by:
Andy Acochran


Category:
Events

Woolley & Wallis will be supporting Salisbury Trust for the Homeless and Elizabeth House as their charities this year

Woolley & Wallis have chosen two Salisbury based charities to support this year, Salisbury Trust for the Homeless and Elizabeth House Social Centre

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Woolley & Wallis hold four successful CAP Reform seminars in Witshire and Dorset

Friday, 7th November 2014

Written by:
Richard Rnocton


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

Woolley & Wallis hold four successful CAP Reform seminars in Witshire and Dorset

Woolley & Wallis held four Common Agricultural Policy seminars in Wiltshire and Dorset over the past month and they were well attended by local farmers and interested parties.

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Grasp your last chance to attend a CAP reform seminar on Thursday 6th November

Wednesday, 5th November 2014

Written by:
Richard Rnocton


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

Grasp your last chance to attend a CAP reform seminar on Thursday 6th November

Grasp your last chance to attend the final Common Agricultural Policy reform seminar which will be held at 2pm at Salisbury & South Wilts Sports Club on the Wilton road in Salisbury SP2 9NY.

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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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