News from Perry Bishop and Chambers
Meet AJ, Branch Manager of our soon to be opened Stroud Branch8 August 2017
Allison-Jayne, or AJ as she likes to be known, has been appointed Branch Manager of our new Stroud office opening on 1st September - our fifth Gloucestershire branch.
Need to extend your lease or looking to acquire the freehold? We can help3 August 2017
Meet Ian Perry, co-founder of Perry Bishop and Chambers and former MD, the go to expert for Leasehold extensions or Freehold acquisitions across our region.
Invitation to Private View at Amberley Park, Tetbury31 July 2017
Perry Bishop and Chambers' New Homes department are thrilled to be marketing this prestigious development by design led developer, Bewley Homes
Former Baptist Church sold, delivering much welcomed funding for Cirencester Baptists17 July 2017
Land and Development team sell former Baptist Church on Coxwell Street, delivering much welcomed funding for Cirencester Baptists' new home on Chesterton Lane.
Property Sellers' Holiday Checklist17 July 2017
Off on your hols? Don't forget to add your estate agent to any pre-packing preparations!
Deal me in10 July 2017
Phillip Bishop explores one of the fundamentally important issues in selling or buying a property – the deal.
Are you fully up to speed on the latest changes to buy-to-let tax relief?10 July 2017
If you are a landlord or considering investing in a buy-to-let, gen up first on the implications of the recent reduction in mortgage tax relief
New Homes team advise on scheme to secure future of popular Standish Hospital site21 June 2017
Detailed proposals to redevelop this 38 acre site - including renovation of six heritage buildings - have been submitted by PJ Livesey Group.
General Election hasn't dampened sales here at Perry Bishop and Chambers21 June 2017
MD Phillip Bishop's confirms that it was very much business as usual in run up to this year's Election, reporting one of our best months year to date.
Time to lose the plot?15 June 2017
Experiencing exceptional demand for land and buildings for conversion, our land department asks if it's time to lose the plot?