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Under the skin of the letting market

Here we share news and views on both the local letting market in & around Oxfordshire and all planned and recent legislation.


Category Archives: Property Development

Decades of success at Cameron Court

Not only are we in touch with developers about new build property coming onto the market, but we can help landlords to buy or sell property with tenants in situ. A great recent example of this was at Cameron Court …
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Heyford Park Property Investment in Oxfordshire

Heyford Park is in a fantastic location, surrounded by beautiful countryside but within easy reach of the surrounding amenities.

6 Reasons why you should be thinking about the Garden Quarter in Bicester

Oxfordshire continues to be a focus for development and Bicester is no exception with the population set to grow from 30,000 to 50,000 over the next 20 years. The Garden Quarter is one the residential developments supporting this growth and …
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Kingsmere Development Bicester

The Kingsmere development is a large scale new building project on the South side of Bicester, which is well underway with many new homes now available and support facilities open. The site contains houses from multiple different developers, Bovis Homes, …
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Automatic planning permission for brownfield sites

“Last week the Business Secretary Sajid Javid unveiled plans whereby developers could get automatic planning permission to build on brownfield sites. This headline came out of the Treasury publication ‘Fixing the Foundations: Creating a Prosperous Nation’. The document is a …
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Elmsbrook Eco-Town First Phase of Development Now Open

The programme of expansion is continuing in Bicester with the completion of the first phase of building in the Elmsbrook development. The properties currently available are a mix of 5, 4, 3 and 2-bedroom houses, the demand for new homes …
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