A unique residential development that will see the historic Oakhill Brewery on the Mendips transformed into a stylish apartment complex with its own on-site swimming → Read more
South West hotels specialists Colliers International have sold Sway Manor in the New Forest to hospitality veteran Tim Burton-Holloway. Hotels director Simon Wells said the → Read more
One of the UK’s leading hospitality development companies has signed a master franchise agreement with the ‘godfather of modern cooking’, Marco Pierre White.
Leading Bristol residential apartment managers BNS Management Services has welcomed new safeguards for owners of leasehold flats introduced by sector watchdogs ARMA.
The Association of → Read more
Activity in the Bristol offices sector continues to pick up with leading chartered surveyors Eddisons Commercial taking 1,427 sq ft in the Pithay in a → Read more
The Masons Arms in South Leigh – the first pub in Oxfordshire to be prosecuted for disregarding anti-smoking laws – has been put on the → Read more
Commercial Property specialists at Colliers International have warned landlords, occupiers and developers against ignoring outbreaks of Japanese Knotweed on their premises.
The problem plant – → Read more
A multi-million pound deal which saw the Sovereign Housing Group purchase 46 apartments in the former Robinsons paper factory in Bedminster demonstrates the continued strength → Read more
Elderly and inefficient warehouses and offices which fail to comply with the stringent requirements of the Energy Act due to come into force in five → Read more
Health insurance specialist APRIL UK has teamed up with former Wimbledon legend Dean Holdsworth as part of the company’s continued expansion into the world of → Read more
Unexpectedly high take up in the city centre has given the Bristol office market a much needed shot in the arm.
Colliers International offices specialist → Read more
Refurbished office space at Royal London Buildings in Bristol’s commercial centre is going fast with leading public relations company Grayling taking the remaining part of → Read more
A foodie haven famous for its puddings and paellas is on the market near Pershore in the Vale of Evesham.
New owners are being sought → Read more
A twenty acre site which will become the gateway for a major 2,000 home development at Emersons Green East has been acquired by CJH Land → Read more
Commercial property experts from Colliers International are stepping up efforts to locate a buyer for the former St Paul’s Church in Staverton near Trowbridge.
The → Read more
Commercial property agents Colliers International have thrown down the gauntlet to fellow Bristol professionals to join them in a Tryathlon challenge at Tockington House this → Read more
Cotswolds pub specialists Colliers International are stepping up efforts to move the Plough Inn at Finstock.
Built in 1772 – the year slavery was outlawed → Read more
Supply teaching specialists Protocol Education Limited have moved from Corn Street to Hanover House in Queen Charlotte Street in a deal brokered by Colliers International.
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Moves have been made to strengthen the South West’s business links with China with the Bristol China Partnership becoming a limited company and appointing a → Read more
Two Bristol businessmen have been specially invited as overseas council members of a group in China that is forging relationships with other countries.
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Intrepid walkers from Colliers International’s Bristol office will be swapping suits and ties for all-weather gear and walking boots when they take part in a → Read more
CJH Land has brokered a deal on a small site in Lea Grove, Clevedon for five town houses.
The Flax Bourton-based land agents acquired the → Read more
A dedicated traffic light warden should be appointed to make sure Bristol’s traffic controls are operating properly ensuring traffic is kept flowing along the key → Read more
Mendip District Council is the third local authority in as many weeks which has seen its strategic housing plans run aground.
And planning advisor Marcus → Read more
The level of occupied office space in Bristol City Centre is showing signs of improvement according to research by Colliers International. Despite take up in → Read more
Innovative development schemes are being sought for redundant school space at the former Redwick and Northwick CEVC primary school in Pilning, South Gloucestershire.
Consultants from → Read more
Offering quirkiness, quaintness and dependable Cotswolds quality, the Highway Hotel in the heart of Burford is on the market with sector specialists Colliers International.
Nestled in the heart of the Cotswolds, renowned Warwickshire watering hole the Fox & Hounds in Great Wolford is on the market with go-to sector → Read more
The Kitchen in Minchinhampton – a favourite destination for tourists and locals alike – is on the market with go-to Cotswolds specialists Colliers International at → Read more
Pub sector specialists Colliers International are stepping up efforts to find a buyer for the Llanwenarth Hotel near Abergavenny.
The hotel – owned by former → Read more
A Somerset company is the first in the country to take on three apprentices to train to be saw doctors.
The apprentices have joined EPS → Read more
Automotive specialists at Colliers International in Bristol have helped broker a number of deals at Bristol’s competing motor showroom sites.
A flurry of recent deals → Read more
Steeped in history the Dragon Hotel in Montgomery on the borders of Shropshire and Powys is on the market with the owners looking to move → Read more
With retail store closures again making the headlines, Mark Kelly from Colliers International’s Bristol office says that a prompt and pragmatic property management programme could → Read more
Tighter controls on Britain’s £2.5 billion residential leasehold sector will give people who rent property in the West Country increased peace of mind on how → Read more
The Severn Barrage could have a massive impact on Bristol’s potential role at the hub of a global sea freight network linking the UK with → Read more
A Bristol public relations agency has moved back into its offices in Long Ashton with a clutch of new clients this week after three months → Read more
Teams of intrepid walkers from April UK’s Bradley Stoke office will be lining up for the start of the gruelling Trek50 Pennines Way walk in → Read more
Cranes are already on site at the former Rhodia site in Avonmouth as work gets underway on a 616,000 sq ft chilled and frozen facility → Read more
A charming hotel in the New Forest is being marketed by Colliers International at a cool £1.75m freehold.
Sway Manor near Lymington is ideally situated → Read more
Protection and health insurance specialist APRIL UK enjoyed a record month of broker sales in January, following a successful start to their new partnership with → Read more
Accountants Saffery Champness, who have an office in Clifton, Bristol have been named as one of the Top 25 Most Admired Companies in the latest → Read more
Commercial property experts Colliers International have been brought in to advise a Government taskforce charged with tackling the decline of Britain’s High Streets.
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Successful pub and hotel re-launches in Stow-on-the-Wold appear to have borne out last summer’s mini boom in the busy Cotswolds’ town.
A stylish renovation programme → Read more
Moves to help regenerate Gainsborough Square in Lockleaze have finally got off the ground following years of negotiations between developers and the local community association.
Protection and health insurance specialists APRIL UK has appointed Anthony Muckell to head up their dedicated sports division following a successful launch.
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Bristol’s growing reputation as the further education capital of the South West is fuelling demand for surplus space across the city centre to be converted → Read more
Go-to country pub and hotels specialists Colliers International didn’t have far to go when they launched a search for new owners for the Drum & → Read more
Protection and health insurance specialist April UK has appointed Duncan Craig as Broker Development Manager as part of an ambitious expansion programme across the UK.
Owning and running a large and profitable B&B in a city such as Bath can be financially rewarding and a life changing choice.
Properties like → Read more
Londoners dreaming of running a top quality country guest house in the heart of the Cotswolds are being lured West by go-to sector specialists Colliers → Read more
Work rest and play is the order of the day at No 2 Methuen Park in Chippenham where Colliers International has let the first floor → Read more
The historic Luttrell Arms in Dunster has been bought by Somerset hotel operators Nigel and Anne Way in a deal brokered by joint agents Colliers → Read more
The highly regarded Railway Inn at Fairford is on the market with specialist agents Colliers International.
The attractive and successful Cotswold pub was thoroughly refurbished → Read more
Period style office accommodation in the Clifton area continues to attract new businesses.
Commercial property specialists at Colliers International had to think outside of the → Read more
The financial and IT sectors kept the Bristol city centre commercial property market ticking over during 2012 – but the 22 per cent increase in → Read more
Swansea January 29 2013 London and Devonshire Trust owners of the four-star Dragon Hotel in the centre of Swansea, has appointed Macdonald Hotels to manage → Read more
Health insurance specialist APRIL UK is targeting £4 million worth of new PMI sales through brokers in 2013 after expanding its broker offering.
The firm → Read more
With the number of self-employed people hitting a record high of 4.2 million last year, Bristol-based tax expert Richard Cartwright of Saffery Champness says many → Read more
Charming Cotswolds pub the Chandlers Arms in Epwell is on the market with hotels specialists Colliers International.
The pretty North Oxfordshire village pub situated on → Read more
Research shows new entrants bought major share of properties
New entrants to the hotel trade plus existing business looking to expand accounted for just under → Read more
Government moves to axe a key planning guideline aimed at supporting Britain’s tourism businesses have been criticised by sector experts Colliers International.
The Good Practice → Read more
Innovative UK employment charity Tomorrow’s People has moved into a new base in the heart of Bristol’s commercial district.
The charity, which runs a range → Read more
Protection and Health insurance specialist APRIL UK is setting up a nationwide network of full time advisers from Cornwall to the Orkney Islands and believes → Read more
With outstanding views towards the Sugarloaf mountain and Brecon Beacons National Park, the Llanwenarth hotel is on the market with Colliers International.
Now being offered → Read more
Fans of real log fires in welcoming country pubs will be flying down to the north Cotswolds where the White Swan in Wigginton has just → Read more
Pub sector specialists Colliers International are stepping up efforts to find a buyer for the Barbury Inn in Wiltshire – situated in the heart of → Read more
Superb sea views and balmy climate have helped make the Burlington Hotel a favourite destination for holidaymakers visiting the Isle of Wight.
Now, the imposing → Read more
Described as having huge untapped potential the landmark Hundred House Hotel in the heart of the Malvern Hills is up for sale at £750,000 freehold.
Air conditioining, electronic entry system, suspended ceilings, CAT II lighting, → Read more
The available accommodation comprises the second floor within a multi-let → Read more
A suite of open plan first floor offices approximately 4,000 → Read more
The property comprises a detached purpose built warehouse and office → Read more